Enjoy 200 years of music sung in celebration of the Illinois Bicentennial in 2018 by selected members of the Michael Teolis Singers.
See and discuss "The Orange Story," a short film about a Japanese American shop owner whose lif
As European-origin people began exploring Illinois territory, they found their way across the tall-grass praiarie by using trails blazed by indigenous tribes. Some trails were named for their destinations, including the Ottawa Trail, Green Bay, Milwaukee and Joliet Roads. Others earned the names or prominent early residents (Hubbard's and Edwards' Trace, Ogden and Archer Avenues. These important roads remained only footpaths through the prairie.
Nicole Sumida and others will work with tech-set up for "The Orange Story" set for Feb. 24 at 2:30 p.m.
Speak your mind at this spoken-word freestyle open mic hosted by More Than a Month. Your voice is your power!
This open mic, hosted
by More Than a Month, celebrates Transgender Day of Visibility, a day of
spreading awareness and honoring the accomplishments of our transgender family,
friends, and neighbors. Speak out against transphobia and oppression through
performance and visual art. Your voice is your power!
Gain deeper understanding and appreciation, expand your knowledge base, and reconsider some ideas you might already have about Islam through this continuing academic lecture series, in partnership with the Center for Middle Eastern Studies at the University of Chicago.
Join religious leaders to explore the big questions across faith traditions. This month, speakers representing Muslim, Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, and Jewish perspectives will address the different spiritual practices associated with their faiths.