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Despite a crowdfunding campaign, her family alleges support never came.

The sixties were a long time coming. The sixties keep coming back.

Treating the 1960s expansively as an era and idea, the Smart Museum of Art’s new exhibition not all realisms: photography, Africa, and the long 1960s examines photography’s role in relation to a time of intense self-consciousness about change, celebration, stagnancy, struggle, and representation. The exhibition focuses on Ghana, Mali, and South Africa and features photographic prints, reprints, books, magazines, posters, and other material means through which photography’s relationships to real people and events were articulated, produced, and circulated.

This week’s segment of “This Is What Chicago Sounds Like” follows a poet dedicated to breaking the chains of trauma.

The multi-instrumentalist discusses his sound and latest single “Time Enough.”

Founder Priya Shah sat down with Bekoe to discuss the nonprofit.

Nudia Hernandez sits down with the singer-songwriter.

Fresh off the release of his latest album ‘NüSoul II,’ we tapped in with the Chicago singer.

Vocalo afternoons host Nudia Hernandez saw the show, and brings fans a recap.

Vocalo’s Ari Mejia spoke to attendees about their hopes post-inauguration.

At the Chicago premiere of Laura Terruso’s Comedy About My Father Reggie “The Reel Critic” Ponder spoke with the cast and director of the film.