Water dribbling over the top gives the figure a lifelike, freshly dropped glisten—another sign of Kenar’s craftsmanship in service of his impish sense of humor.
Zoom In: East Village | Zoom in | Chicago

Water dribbling over the top gives the figure a lifelike, freshly dropped glisten—another sign of Kenar’s craftsmanship in service of his impish sense of humor.

Zoom In: East Village | Zoom in | Chicago

britticisms:

Hello! 
The deadline for submissions for the first issue of Inland, my new publication on contemporary Midwest culture, is THIS Friday, July 25. Please send all submissions to inlandmag@gmail.com. If you have any questions or concerns, you can send them to that email as well. 
For more on our submissions guidelines, please check out our website. 

britticisms:

Hello! 

The deadline for submissions for the first issue of Inland, my new publication on contemporary Midwest culture, is THIS Friday, July 25. Please send all submissions to inlandmag@gmail.com. If you have any questions or concerns, you can send them to that email as well. 

For more on our submissions guidelines, please check out our website

jasmined:

Essential site to bookmark for Chicago summertime shenanigans, along with Is There a Cubs Game Today?

goodnightnite:

7.19.14 Concert Lights from Wrigley Field

goodnightnite:

7.19.14 Concert Lights from Wrigley Field

daft-pun:

The Breakfast Club, then and now.

kellyvo130:

looking for the love of my life at #pitchfork #missedconnections / on Instagram http://ift.tt/1k2CrUw

kellyvo130:

looking for the love of my life at #pitchfork #missedconnections / on Instagram http://ift.tt/1k2CrUw

uchicagolgbtqhistoryproject:




Today in Chicago LGBTQ history: GLAAD Chicago praised the Chicago Tribune for portraying gay life minus “the distortion and lies brought forth by so many public and religious institutions and political leaders.”
Source: 
Letter from Molly Melick to Howard Tyner, July 17, 1995 by Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation, Chicago, IL (GLAAD/Chicago) and Molly Melick in Tracy Baim Editorial Files via LGBT Thought and Culture database, Alexander Street Press.

uchicagolgbtqhistoryproject:

Today in Chicago LGBTQ history: GLAAD Chicago praised the Chicago Tribune for portraying gay life minus “the distortion and lies brought forth by so many public and religious institutions and political leaders.”

Source: 

Letter from Molly Melick to Howard Tyner, July 17, 1995 by Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation, Chicago, IL (GLAAD/Chicago) and Molly Melick in Tracy Baim Editorial Files via LGBT Thought and Culture database, Alexander Street Press.

57thstreetbooks:

#tbt

calumet412:

Chicago’s Most Glamorous Women, Collier’s Magazine, 1953, Chicago.

Among this group of (all white) women, there is a Comiskey, a Swift, a Field, a Wirtz, a Goldblatt, and a Mendel.

What’s interesting (and telling of the time) is that all the women are listed by their husband’s name, i.e. Mrs. Marshall Field.

The lone rebel is a Mrs. Susan Gordon Bent, who refused to use her husband’s name.

teamvocalo:

Vocalo está buscando 8 personas que sirvan de voz a las comunidades marginadas. Las clases serán instruidas en parte por profesionales de radio de nuestra estación hermana WBEZ 91.5FM y por Rocío Santos de Domingos en español, quien guiara la clase y proveerá asistencia editorial. El taller tomara lugar en nuestra espacio en la Villita localizado en 2710 W. Cermak Ave, cada sábado de 10am-2pm. 

La fecha límite para solicitar al taller de Vocalo es el 30 de julio a las 12PM. Los participantes seleccionados serán notificados el viernes, 1ro de agosto. 

Haz clic aquí»>Taller de producción radiofónica en español