In its third year, the popular festival chose an Argentine film about the resilience of friendship
By Guest Author on February 9, 2018
The graphic design exhibit ‘No Literal’ at the Cervantes Institute in Chicago questions the incorrect use of the Spanish language
Chicago knows this Oaxacan artist for his annual alebrije workshops. Now his ancestral hometown needs your help!
By Guest Author on September 21, 2017
Since the tragic earthquake that struck Mexico City on Sept. 19, they have seen what little government aid that had reached rural Oaxaca be diverted to send to the devastated areas in Mexico City. They are therefore continuing their campaign to bring relief to San Dionisio. More information on their efforts can be found here: https://www.gofundme.com/oaxaca-earthquake-relief
“Tormenta les voy a dar a todos en Chicago”
That’s what Peruvian singer Eva Ayllón promised Chicagoans through Facebook before her concert on July 13. And she delivered!
Artists To Watch At Ruido Fest: Silverio, Gepe, El Guincho, Ácido Pantera, and Jessica Hernandez and The Deltas
By Guest Author on June 14, 2017
Press Release Ruido Fest– the only place you’ll find savage, sweaty electronica from Mexico, technicolor electronic indie from Spain, folk-infused experimental beats from Colombia, and bilingual soul-pop from Michigan within the same small radius. These are some artists you should keep an eye on. Silverio is a legend, to put it plainly. The electronic musician […]
Most recently, one of the best parts of summer is the premiere Latin alternative music festival that takes over Pilsen – Ruido Fest! We’re anticipating stellar performances and we’ve chosen to highlight some of the artists we’re most looking forward to seeing.
The Pilsen Fest Battle of the Bands continues Thursday evening (June 1) at Simone’s with performances by Joslyn Marie, Angele Anise and Cordoba.
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.
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.
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.”
By Guest Author on April 11, 2017
At a time when vulnerable communities are under attack, residents of Berwyn and suburban advocates will urge the City Council to make Berwyn a Welcoming City.
By Guest Author on April 1, 2017
“At first we thought it was strange to hear police sirens a few minutes after the loud bangs, and then we had a funny feeling they might not have been firecrackers,” recalled Justin Davis.