2018 Gentle Warrior Awards incorporates Pullman Porters celebrating their legacy and...

As part of Black History Month, the National A. Philip Randolph Pullman Porters Museum recently announced it will honoring the legacy of the men...

The Color Purple is back again for those who love this...

By Elaine Hegwood Bowen, M.S.J. Broadway In Chicago and the producers of the Tony Award-winning revival of “The Color Purple,” the truly remarkable musical adapted of...

ArtHouse calls all artists to create inspiring public art

Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson The ArtHouse: A Social Kitchen in downtown Gary seeks qualified artist to complete a Public Art project that is to be catalyst...

Award-winning Columnist Maudlyne Ihejirika to deliver SXU Commencement address

It’s that time of year when students transition from scholars to career professionals. While donning academic regalia, graduates across the nation will hear inspirational...

TWPF 50th Anniversary Features Writers, Poets, Entertainment

Third World Press Foundation (TWPF) kicks off a week long 50th anniversary celebration on Saturday, September 30, that will culminate with a gala featuring...

HSI to host 2017 Blues/Jazz with Pizzazz Café

Habilitative Systems Inc., an impactful social service agency headquartered on Chicago’s West Side, will present its annual, “Blues/Jazz with Pizzazz Café,” Monday, August 28,...

Third World Press Foundation celebrates 50 years of continuous publishing

Third World Press Foundation (TWPF) has big plans for its 50th anniversary, themed “Fearlessly Publishing About the Black Experience for 50 Years!” TWPF50 is...

A Duke, a Count and a farewell to a Queen

By Erick Johnson All hail the Queen! She was given the crown of this column 17 years ago and during her magnificent reign, the Chicago Crusader’s...