A city of sanctuary: Chicago’s role in the 1973 Chilean coup
For neither the first nor the last time, Chicago became a refuge for political dissidents fleeing Chile’s authoritarian rule. But while some activists opened the doors of the Second City, others plotted policies to fortify the regime. by Michael Spencer| Read more →
The Chicago Reader promotes Amber Nettles to Associate Publisher
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Review: The Equalizer 3 Too much gory stabbing, not enough good samaritan.
by Joey Shapiro| Read more →
Diaspora weaves together the threads of the Black culinary experience at the next Monday Night Foodball
Check out former Vie cook Rob Carter’s menu TONIGHT at Ludlow Liquors.
by Mike Sula | Read more →
Stock Marley invites us to show genuine love The veteran rapper’s upcoming EP asks listeners to see the difference between transactional relationships and real community.
by Alejandro Hernandez | Read more →
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Issue of Sept. 7 – 20, 2023 Vol. 52, No. 24
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