“Dr. King’s dreams can still be heard echoing through the streets of Chicago.”
The Daily Reader
Archive dive: Blvck Vrchives remembers Martin Luther King Jr.’s impact on Chicago
“Dr. King’s dreams can still be heard echoing through the streets of Chicago in vigils, parades, protests, murals, and strolls along King Drive.” by Brianna Wellen
Anybody can serve Opportunities for service this Martin Luther King Day by Brianna Wellen | Read more →
A dream unrealized for African-Americans in Chicago When Martin Luther King Jr. gave his “I Have a Dream” speech in 1963, most blacks here were living in poor, segregated neighborhoods. They still are. by Steve Bogira | Read more →
Inside Ling Ma’s darkly funny fiction In Bliss Montage, the author mines the horror genre to expand our sense of reality. by Jack Helbig| Read more →
Are you ready for some Foodball? Monday Night Foodball, the Reader’s weekly chef pop-up, kicks off 2023 at Ludlow Liquors. by Mike Sula | Read more →
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The conversation will be moderated by the Reader‘s theater and dance editor Kerry Reid and feature apanel of industry leaders from across the Chicago theatre scene.
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Issue of Jan. 12– Jan. 25, 2023 Vol. 52, No. 7
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