Dancer, educator, model and maker Peter Gaona wants to pass down all the lessons he’s learned to the next generation. This is what his Chicago Sounds Like.
This weekend, Chicago hosts two of its legendary DJ teams who pioneered what Spin magazine called the “boldest dance music on the planet,” in a one-night-only house party. In the 1980s, The Original Hot Mix 5 DJs (Farley Jackmaster Funk, Mickey Mixin Oliver, Ralphi Rockin Rosario, Kenny Jammin Jason), and in the 1990s the Original B96 Mixmasters (Julian Jumpin Perez, Bad Boy Bill, Frankie Hollywood Rodriguez, Tim Spinnin Schommer, Brian Hitmix Middleton) brought house music […]
With her stunning dancing to her powerful vocals, Gem Tree is here to spread a little light and comfort.
Jill Hopkins speaks to the gallery’s co-founders on taking something so personal as art and transitioning it into the digital space.
Leganday Chicago House DJ Jesse De La Pena ranks some of his favorite 80’s House and Dance music records.
From jazz to soul to Latin grooves and more, DJ Charlie takes through a musical journey on his latest mix …
The Loft, a party that David Mancuso first threw at his Manhattan home 50 years ago, seeded a community — and cemented a belief system that continues to reverberate.
No matter what generation, we can all relate to the energy of young people going out and finding their spaces…