After a two-year hiatus, rising star Melody Angel is back and making up for lost time.
The demand for LGBTQ representation in literature is growing across genres.
Chicago had nine finalists but only one chef walked away with a win during Monday night’s ceremony.
Jennifer Hudson won an EGOT this week, but we can still congratulate ourselves for small victories.
Here’s a list of new and old island flicks to experience the warmth, white sands and bright colors of the Caribbean.
A Juneteenth pop-up market will showcase 30 Black-owned businesses selling fashion, food and skin care. Such events, business owners say, are helping them combat challenging economic conditions.
All summer long, WBEZ is creating a list of performances, concerts and other cultural events you can attend for free in the Chicago area.
Wait Wait, a co-production of NPR and WBEZ Chicago, recorded weekly shows at the Chase Auditorium for 15 years.
A blockbuster anthology, just out, gives a star turn to 134 living poets with deep ties to the city. Meet three standouts.
Toya Wolfe’s anticipated first novel, ‘Last Summer on State Street,’ is an unsparing portrait of girlhood in the infamous housing complex.