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Explore Hispanic Art in Chicago

Chicago has long been an artist's metropolis: murals grace buildings and bridges, sculptures can be found scattered throughout the city, our downtown streets play music when you pass. Our museums are among the finest in the United States, and indeed, the world. From street art to gallery exhibitions, Chicago has it all, and Hispanic artists are at…
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Remembering Wes Craven

Wes Craven, a master of the horror and suspense genres, constantly challenged his fans and faithful filmgoers to push the boundaries of the real and the imaginary. With his passing this weekend at 76, Craven leaves behind a rich legacy of films that have opened the way for generations of horror fans, writers and filmmakers. Today we're…
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Remembering E.L. Doctorow

Today the world mourns the loss of Edgar Lawrence Doctorow, a literary legend and virtuoso of the historical fiction genre. Known for blending fact with brilliantly realized fiction, Doctorow was one of modern literature's most experimental minds, capable of writing from nearly any voice or perspective. Here we remember this amazing talent, and share his work…
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