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  • The Harmaleighs perform

    Nashville indie duo The Harmaleighs – Haley Grant and Kaylee Jasperson – have officially released their anticipated sophomore album She Won’t Make Sense. Produced by Dan Molad (Lucius, JD McPherson, Tweedy), She Won’t Make Sense is a concept album about mental illness, specifically Haley’s deeply personal journey through anxiety, depression and mania. Musically, it’s a stark contrast from their previous releases, having evolved from their acoustic beginnings to a fuller sound involving synths, strings and drums to convey the emotional weight of the album’s subject matter. For all […]

  • Dante Hall performs live in studio!

    Chicago based soul and gospel singer Dante Hall and his band performed new music ahead of his appearance at Park West October 24th. “Why I Love You” is available now on all digital retailers and  at   For tickets and show details, visit .

  • 15-year-old coding phenom says Chicago could be the future of Tech

    Ian Brock is just one of several speakers appearing at The Blueprint 2019 Men’s Summit, hosted by BET’s Louis Carr. It takes place October 18 – 19 at the W Hotel City Center. For details, visit

  • Erin Bowman performs new songs off her debut EP

    2019 called for a new musical direction for Erin Bowman. After the success of her release “Good Time Good Life,” (a debut performance on Good Morning America, closing out the 2017 Radio Disney Music Awards, and placements including Target, Beaches Resort, Academy Awards(Oscar’s) promo, and countless others) Bowman found herself working on music with a slightly different sound. Fully recorded in London and scheduled to be released in Summer 2019, ‘Apartment 101’ is a lyrically driven, wearing her heart on […]

  • The Pack Drumline and Dance Crew

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  • Chicago Based Indie Rock Band Twin Peaks performs!

    The latest release from Twin Peaks, “Lookout Low” is available now. Visit for tour information.

  • South Suburban mother speaks out about bullying issues at her daughter’s grade school

    Stephanie Pearson – Davis reported problems with classmates at her daughter’s school in Frankfort years ago, however it would take months for administrators to agree to switch the 3rd graders classroom. She thrived after the change, but Davis says now the students that were bullying her daughter are back in her classroom and she’s hired a lawyer. Dr. Angela Nelson – Searcy, author of “Push Past It! A Positive Approach to Challenging Classroom Behaviors” shared these tips and resources for […]

  • Violence prevention expert says Chicago’s problems are on the cusp of improving thanks to concentrated efforts, but sustained support is crucial

      TED talk speaker Dr. Gary Slutkin, epidemiologist, CEO and founder of Cure Violence says Mayor Lightfoot’s recent appointments to an anti violence task force could be the key to turning a corner with the city’s violence crime.  He shares an enlightening graph showing the direct correlation between dips funding for programs and spikes in violence. You can find more on Dr. Slutkin’s work with Cure Violence at .  

  • Army Veterans talk about the choice to enlist in response to the September 11th attacks

    Army Specialist Steven Handwerker and Army Captain Ray Doeksen are just two of the many Americans that stepped up to serve after 9/11.  Both were deployed to Iraq and are active in local Veteran’s organizations. Thank you to them both and to all who bravely and selflessly serve our country.      

  • ‘IT Chapter Two’ director Andy Muschietti calls film a love letter to childhood; confirms 5-hour ‘super cut’ in the works

    Didn’t get enough of Pennywise and The Losers’ Club during the near 3 hour viewing experience of “IT Chapter Two?”  Well you’re in luck! “IT Chapter Two” director Andy Muschietti tells Entertainment Tonight that he’s working on a super cut” of both “IT” films. Fans of the extensive and beloved original text from author Stephen King are hoping that the so called “super cut” would mirror the timeline from the book. That’s likely, considering Muschietti says there a couple of […]

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