The Song Is A New Preview Of The Band’s Upcoming Studio Album Available This Spring; It Follows The New Years Day Single “Futuro.”
By The Ponderers on March 13, 2017
Tune in to 105.5FM at 7:00 p.m. (CST) and listen to Liz and the Lovelies.
Mexican multi-instrumentalist Arturo Lima is known as De Osos when he does live performances with the band, Live Bears. At the recent IMAS awards, De Osos won for “Best Experimental Album” for their debut EP “Instrucciones para dejar ir.” The group is scheduled to perform two dates at SXSW: March 15 at Friends and March 16 […]
By Sandra A. Trevino on March 13, 2017
Rosa Walton and Jenny Hollingworth became friends when they first met (before the age of five) and began working on music only until recently. They perform two shows this week at SXSW.
By Alma Campos on March 10, 2017
The Goodman Theater will present “Destiny of Desire,” a telenovela-inspired comedy written by Karen Zacarías and directed by José Luis Valenzuela, both award-winning theater mavens.”Destiny of Desire,” which is performed in English with songs in English and Spanish, combines live music and humor to send a subversive political message about women, Latinos, and telenovelas. “Destiny of Desire” is set […]
Immigrant Parents Denounce Intimidation, Demand Immediate Resignation of Orozco Elementary Principal
By Gozamos on March 10, 2017
From Pilsen Alliance Press Release: During these difficult times for our immigrant community we have heard many promises from the city of Chicago and public institutions such as Chicago Public Schools, which have consistently announced their commitment to protect and support our immigrant families. However, parents at Orozco Academy in Pilsen tell a much different […]
By Ondas Chicago on March 9, 2017
Chilean singer-songwriter Yael Meyer, who has received a flood of international acclaim with her infused mixture of electronica, pop and folk, is on tour playing select dates in the U.S. before heading to Austin for performances at SXSW.
Ana Tijoux: “We cannot think of a feminism, an anti-patriarchy, without an anti-capitalism and anti-racism”
By Luz Chavez on March 9, 2017
For International Women’s Day, artist-activist Ana Tijoux published a powerful opinion piece on Chile’s Radio Villa Francia, calling for a reclaiming and re-empowerment of feminism, one that incorporates its inextricable connection to anti-capitalism and anti-racism. In the essay, Tijoux, whose parents were jailed and later fled Chile under the Pinochet dictatorship, recounts the struggles of women she’s […]
By Guest Author on March 9, 2017
From Pilsen Alliance press release Parents, students, and staff at Benito Juarez High School in Pilsen arrived at school Tuesday morning to find that the roof of the bridge had blown off during the middle of the night. The roof, which was installed less than 10 years ago, caused classroom flooding and debris accumulation near the […]
By Sandra A. Trevino on March 9, 2017
Straight out of a week touring Colombia, Chilean band Mora Lucay prepares to take the stage at SXSW.
By Ilene Palacios on March 6, 2017
Chicago native Chance the Rapper donates $1 million to Chicago Public Schools and has more in store
By Catalina Maria Johnson on March 3, 2017
Mark de Clive-Lowe brings his spiritual, soulful experimental DJ/Jazz experience to Chicago