Assessor Berrios Extends Deadline for Senior and Senior Freeze Exemption Applications

Cook County Assessor Joseph Berrios announced today that his office has extended the deadline for the Senior Citizen Exemption and Senior Freeze Exemption renewal...

Petition Asks Marvel To Give 25 Percent Of ‘Black Panther’ Profits...

By Jenna Amatulli, HUFFPOST, Black Voices A Change.org petition is calling on Marvel Studios and The Walt Disney Company to invest 25 percent of the profits for...

What Happens To Your Body When You Eat Too Much Protein

Protein is an essential nutrient your body needs to build and repair muscle, organs, cells and other types of tissue. There’s even an urban...

MWRD celebrates Black History Month at Leland Elementary early

In anticipation of AfricanAmerican History month in February, the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago (MWRD) held two Lunch and Learn seminars featuring...

Movie, music and theatre events highlight Black History Month

Chance The Rapper’s non-profit launches Black history month film festival Chicago's favorite son Chance the Rapper’s non-profit Social Works Chicago will host an affordable...

Brother-in-law of Martin Luther King, Jr., dies

Issac Newton Farris Sr., brother-in-law of the late Martin Luther King Jr., died on Saturday. The King Center announced Farris died at his home. He...

Local summer movie kicks off events

By Elaine Hegwood Bowen, M.S.J., Chicago Crusader Greater Saint John AME launches “Englewood At The Movies” on June 30th at 7 p.m. with a screening of the...

Crowdfunding favorite ‘In The Morning’ screens at Black Cinema House

By Elaine Hegwood Bowen, M.S.J. On Friday, June 2nd, Indie Filmmaker Nefertite Nguvu of the Production Company, Hollywood Africans, will partner with Theaster Gates and...

Four Chicagoans among Top 20 WNBA Players in History

By J. Coyden Palmer When the WNBA celebrated their 20th Anniversary earlier this week, they also released a list of the Top 20 players in...

Chicago State Police Say Public and Students in Danger

Claiming they are using substandard equipment and restricted from doing their jobs by a former Chicago Police Department Deputy Commissioner turned Chicago State Chief...