After studying and performing for years in New York City with the world-class Dance Theater of Harlem and the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, Iona Calhoun decided to head back to her hometown of Chicago and found her own school of dance
Flossmoor resident named Presidential Leadership Scholar
Flossmoor resident Jay Readey will soon learn advanced leadership skills from former presidents that will help him bring about positive change within our Chicagoland communities.
How do you help millions of people at once? Corliss graduate aims to cure hereditary diseases
Corliss High School in Chicago may have just graduated the man who will one day find a cure for diabetes.
Karlock brings farm life from Kankakee to Chicago
Kankakee County Farm Bureau Foundation President Paula Karlock wants our children to understand that food doesn’t magically grow in the produce section of grocery stores, but on farms cultivated with hard work and a great deal of risk.
Band leader wins Golden Apple Award for excellence in teaching
At the start of his second period class, Roosevelt Griffin was stunned when a long procession of family members and school officials flowed through the door. They were there to congratulate him on winning the Golden Apple Award for excellence in teaching.
Morehouse Student Has a Big Dream: To Inspire Young Men and Strengthen his Community
Corey Hardiman has no plans to “escape” from his South Side neighborhood after he graduates from Morehouse College this summer. On the contrary, he intends to move back to Roseland and create a grassroots movement to uplift the entire community.
African American Historian Recalls the Passion and Hope that Changed America