This Friday’s ‘Bandcamp day’ benefits more than the artists

Chicago Reader (Lit & Lectures) 6/3 5:40P Leor Galil
Many musicians and labels will donate the day’s Bandcamp money to support the fight for Black lives. At the end of April, Bandcamp announced that it would waive its revenue share on the first Fridays...

Man killed in South Austin shooting

Chicago Sun-Times (Entertainment) 6/3 3:23P Sun-Times Wire
A man was fatally shot May 31, 2020, in South Austin on the West Side. | Sun-Times file photo Robert English, 24, was riding in a vehicle when he was shot, officials said. A man was shot to death...

We can do this, Chicago — a safe and cautious reopening

Chicago Sun-Times (Entertainment) 6/3 2:52P CST Editorial Board
Caryn Garaygay (left) and Pacita Castillo-Reiter eat at Kanela Breakfast Club, 5413 N. Clark St. in Andersonville, on Wednesday morning, June 3, 2020. | Ashlee Rezin Garcia/Sun-Times In the face of a...

Dr. Conrad Worrill, a man for all seasons

Chicago Sun-Times (Entertainment) 6/3 2:17P Mary Mitchell
Besides being a superstar black nationalist in the tradition of Malcolm X and Marcus Garvey, Dr. Conrad Worrill was a professor, a political organizer, an education advocate, a black institution...

Man charged with fatally stabbing nephew in South Shore

Chicago Sun-Times (Entertainment) 6/3 12:00P Matthew Hendrickson
David Moore, 51, faces one count of first-degree murder and was ordered held on $250,000 bail Wednesday during a hearing at the Leighton Criminal Courthouse. | Andy Grimm for the Sun-Times “If you...
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