Led by Otura Roso Mun, ÌFÉ is in Chicago to debut this engaging spiritual musical at Thalia Hall on Sunday, May 28.
By Catalina Maria Johnson on May 26, 2017
“That’s all you need: Three chords and the truth, and you got your weapon”.
By Guest Author on May 26, 2017
Décima and Mán Cub are part of Sabroson’s line up this Mole de Mayo weekend and open up to Gozamos about their inspirations, their experiences as solo performers, and of course their art.
(Note: This article along with Our Neighbor are being published to highlight veterans of wars in these lands as well as other lands. Please join us at this Memorial Day event as we remember and stand together.) In the week after Thanksgiving, my cousin Reggie and I traveled to the Standing Rock Indian Reservation in […]
By Sandra A. Trevino on May 26, 2017
There’s an abundance of talent in Chicago when it comes to, well, almost everything. From dance to culinary arts, and everything in between, there is definitely not a shortage of creativity in the coolest city in the Midwest. Our Gozamos Artist Profiles take a closer look at those who are actively involved in the arts […]
Our family moved to the US from Mexico in the 1970’s. Our paternal grandfather, Ignacio Corral, had worked all over the country for about 20 years and had decided to move his family to the Aurora, Illinois area. Our parents lived in the house next to our grandparents, with one fence joining the two yards, […]
Para mí Cetina es un lugar donde ya, como me decía su alcalde el otro día, tengo que ir cada año a su fiesta, donde ya no es una elección ir, sino muchísimo más que eso.
The Pilsen Fest Battle of the Bands continues this evening at Simone’s with performances by Avantist, Lalo Cura, Cosmic Samurai and Lester Rey.
By Sandra A. Trevino on May 19, 2017
(Press Release) Winning Chicago Team to Compete in the US Finals in Miami in June WHAT: Neymar Jr’s Five, the world’s biggest five-a-side football tournament returns to Chicago. Five-a-side teams battle it out in 10-minute matches with a twist. Every time one team scores, the opposition loses a player, which makes it fast, technical, tactical. It’s inspired by the street football […]
The Pilsen Battle of the Bands continues tonight at Simone’s for the second round of the series featuring Vitamin Brainwash, The ReWrites and Midnight Cruiser.
By Luz Chavez on May 17, 2017
After 36 years, Puerto Rican political prisoner Oscar López Rivera is finally a free man. López Rivera was freed from custody this morning in San Juan, Puerto Rico, where he had been under house arrest since his release from prison in February. Celebrations are planned in Puerto Rico today and in Chicago’s Humboldt Park community […]
By Guest Author on May 15, 2017
“On virtually every indicator of inequality available, black people in Chicago are doing worse than everyone else, with Latinos not far behind.”