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Join us for an improvisational mini concert by some of the leading ladies of the AACM followed by a stimulating and informative conversation about women and music.

Featured are musician/composers Ann Ward, Coco Elysses, Maia, Shanta Nurullah, Sherry Scott and Rita Warford — Presented by DuSable Museum in conjunction with the exhibition Free at First: The Audacious Journey of the Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians in honor of the 50th Anniversary of the AACM.

Internationally renowned for unparalleled contributions to modern music, the AACM is commemorating its 50th anniversary throughout 2015. Founded in Chicago in the midst of the Civil Rights Movement, the vanguard institution had the audacity to compose, perform, publish, own, and institutionalize their own music and to prepare future exponents of their genre-bending, experimental form through the free AACM School of Music.

Moderated by Kai El’ Zabar, executive editor, Chicago Defender newspaper

The exhibition will be open to the public until 6:30 pm for this event.

Reserve tickets at http://thedusablemuseum.eventbrite.com
For more information, visit http://www.dusablemuseum.org or call 773-947-0600

http://www.dusablemuseum.org/events/details/cutting-edge-spirit-music-the-women-of-the-aacm
America's foremost museum of African American history. Founded in 1957 by Dr. Margaret T. and Charles G. Burroughs on the south side of Chicago.
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#BeautifulAfrica  Oscar Brown, Jr. to be honored with the naming of a street in Hyde Park neighborhood of Chicago! 

"Africa & Maggie Brown request your family come out to Harper Court, Saturday May 30th at 10:00 A.M. to help celebrate the street naming in honor of our Dad Oscar Brown, Jr.  From 10:00 to 11:00 they will block of the street at 52nd and Harper in Hyde Park, Chicago, to conduct a brief ceremony and tribute."

Oscar Brown, Jr (October 10, 1926 – May 29, 2005) was an American singer, prolific songwriter, playwright, poet, civil rights activist, and actor. Though he was an unsuccessful candidate for office in both the Illinois state legislature and the U.S. Congress,  Brown was a prodigious songwriter and entertainer, having written at least 1,000 songs (only 125 have been published), 12 albums, and more than a dozen musical plays!
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Have you heard about African American National Parks Event?

Open letter to Director Jarvis. National Park Service.
October 21, 2014 Diversity, National Parks, Natural outdoor spacesconservation, diversity, national park service, nature, open spaces

#findyourpark  

October 20, 2014

Jon Jarvis, Director
The National Park Service
Washington, DC

Dear Director Jarvis.

As the founder of African American National Parks Event, I’ve had two very successful years of engaging African Americans across our country out into a unit of the National Park System. I established this event in 2013 to counter the conversation on the absence of African Americans in our national parks, and to provide a means for the Park Service to connect with our communities.
Despite reading article after article put out by the National Park System, on the absence of African Americans in our national parks, I’ve seen very little effort on your behalf towards the solution.

I have reached out to you for two years now on this matter. Letter after letter has gone unanswered, and phone call after phone call has gone unreturned. This tells me one of two things is true, you are not taking the problem of diversity seriously or you do not care to speak with me on this matter.

My question to you today Director Jarvis is, why have you not made this a priority? People of color will soon be the majority in this country, yet we remain absent from the discussion on the role and future of our national parks. Curiously, several people from the National Park Service DC office have reached out to me regarding African American National Parks Event, but once the conversation gets to the point where action is required, silence takes over.

As the director of the NPS, I must begin to place the question of WHY, on your plate. I know the topic of diversity cannot be an easy one to address, but the longer it goes unaddressed the harder it becomes. It starts to feel as if you are hoping it goes away so that it doesn’t need to be addressed. As you no doubt know, it is not going away and will only become more intense.

I want to go to these parks and see faces that look like mine, faces that look like the make-up of this country. It can be very discouraging to a person of color to constantly have it brought to their attention that the faces that represent the NPS do not look like theirs. Why is that Director Jarvis? Why does the National Park Service admit to their being a problem attracting and retaining Americans of color in the work force and among visitors, yet remain silent when it comes to taking action to change it?
I will continue my efforts to engage the African American community out in our national park units. I feel it is important that we promote our parks as places of glory and wonder. They give us the opportunity to embrace the beauty of this country and begin to see the importance of conservation in all our open spaces. There is no greater promotion for land conservation than we find in the landscapes themselves.

Our national park units represent trails of freedom, in the Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad National Monument; the unwavering commitment to country, in the Charles Young Buffalo Soldiers National Monument; freedom of country, in the Statue of Liberty National Monument and the simple majesty of space in my beloved Yosemite.

These parks tell a story of connection that should be spread as wide as possible, not in a whisper, but in a roar. And that roar will only come when our parks are welcoming to a larger slice of the American public.

I look forward to your response, as I will be posting both this letter and your response to my Facebook page. I am here to help not hinder the process of inclusion. I am open to listening to your concerns on this topic and to help bridge the gap between those who are already in our parks and those who are not.

Nature’s Grace.
Teresa Baker
Founder of African American National Parks Event.

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Under The Gun Theater Presents
A Swarm of Spoilers A Recapitiaiton of a Game of Thrones 
Written By Alima Beliconis, Matt Fox, Rebecca Grossman, Elise Jordan, & Kevin Mullaney with input from the cast
Directed by Kevin Mullaney

April 10.17
May 1,8,15,22,&29 
2015

Cast

Adam Schwartz - Ramsey Bolton, Rob Stark, Stannis
Alex Manich - Varys, Tywin, Jorah, Roose
Alex Wiseman - Joffrey, Tommen, Viserys, Frey, Robin
Alima Beliconis - Melisandre, Talisa
Alisa Mahjoub - Macrgery, Greyworm, Ygritte
Amanda Kinchen - Grand Maester Pycelle, Arya, Dagmar
Bridget Brown - Catelyn Stark, Shae
Elise Jordan - Smoke Monster, MC
Jake Ross - Petyr Bealish, Balon, Davos
Justin Hamby - Robert, The Hound, The Mountain, Karstark
Leah Generous - Cersei Lannister, Daenerys Targaryen
Matt Baker - Theon, Jon Snow, Jamie Lannister
Matt Fox - Ned Stark
Melissa Heeres - Brienne of Tarth, Yara
Sam Howard - Sansa Stark, Lysa Arryn
Seth Origitano - Kahl Drogo, Oberyn Martell, Syrio
Terri Lynne Hudson - Tyrion Lannister, Missandei

Crew
Kevin Mullaney -  Director, Head Writer
Angie McMahon - Executive Director
Alima Belconis - Writer
Elise Jordan - Writer
Matt Fox - Writer
Rebecca Grossman -Writer
Hillary Gokenbach - Stage Manager
Zach Stinnett - Props & Sound Design
LaVisa Angela - Costume Design

Director's Note, April 10, 2015

Sometime last year, I thought of a crazy idea. What if I tried to squeeze the plot of all 40 episodes fo Thrones into 1 hour of absurd comedy theater. I had seen something like it years ago when I saw the Reduced Shakespeare Company do the entire works of William Shakespeare in one act. It was a bawdy, raucous, fun show that felt like something you might see buskers do a street festival.

I realized that Game of Thrones might deserve the same treatment. I could distill the show down to its important plot points and its most heightened moments and then retell them in an absurd way that would entertain both fans of the show and their friends who have been dragged along with them.

So last December I recruited a team of writers from our ensemble and we started re-watching the episodes, season by season. We outlined the plot, took notes on the characters and kept track of our favorite WTF moments (there are a lot of them in GoT) We started writing whatever came to mind, whatever was funny, almost like writing a sketch show inspired by the TV series.

Eventually our show started to take shape, we drafted a couple hours of material. But I knew much of it didn't fit the original idea. And there was so much story to cover. Still, the outline was laid out, we had a plan, it was going to work. And then we did auditions and our plan got thrown for a loop.

Auditioners brought in their favorite 2nd or 3rd tier characters and we realized we had to cast these actors and include the characters they wanted to play. Their takes on them were just too fun. If you had told me that Tommen or Pycelle were characters that would make the final cut, I wouldn't have believed you. But once we saw them on stage, we knew we had to include them.

In the end we cast 17 actors to play 47 speaking parts, which is a little insane for a show that is supposed to be an hour long. But we wrote and rewrote and trimmed and cut and rearranged until we have the show that opens tonight. It's probably the funniest thing I've ever directed  and all the credit should go to the wonderful writers and the very funny cast.

I hope you agree,

Kevin Mullaney
April 10, 2015
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#BeautifulAfrica  Oscar Brown, Jr. to be honored with the naming of a street in Hyde Park neighborhood of Chicago! 

"Africa & Maggie Brown request your family come out to Harper Court, Saturday May 30th at 10:00 A.M. to help celebrate the street naming in honor of our Dad Oscar Brown, Jr.  From 10:00 to 11:00 they will block of the street at 52nd and Harper in Hyde Park, Chicago, to conduct a brief ceremony and tribute."

Oscar Brown, Jr (October 10, 1926 – May 29, 2005) was an American singer, prolific songwriter, playwright, poet, civil rights activist, and actor. Though he was an unsuccessful candidate for office in both the Illinois state legislature and the U.S. Congress,  Brown was a prodigious songwriter and entertainer, having written at least 1,000 songs (only 125 have been published), 12 albums, and more than a dozen musical plays!
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Have you heard about African American National Parks Event?

Open letter to Director Jarvis. National Park Service.
October 21, 2014 Diversity, National Parks, Natural outdoor spacesconservation, diversity, national park service, nature, open spaces

#findyourpark  

October 20, 2014

Jon Jarvis, Director
The National Park Service
Washington, DC

Dear Director Jarvis.

As the founder of African American National Parks Event, I’ve had two very successful years of engaging African Americans across our country out into a unit of the National Park System. I established this event in 2013 to counter the conversation on the absence of African Americans in our national parks, and to provide a means for the Park Service to connect with our communities.
Despite reading article after article put out by the National Park System, on the absence of African Americans in our national parks, I’ve seen very little effort on your behalf towards the solution.

I have reached out to you for two years now on this matter. Letter after letter has gone unanswered, and phone call after phone call has gone unreturned. This tells me one of two things is true, you are not taking the problem of diversity seriously or you do not care to speak with me on this matter.

My question to you today Director Jarvis is, why have you not made this a priority? People of color will soon be the majority in this country, yet we remain absent from the discussion on the role and future of our national parks. Curiously, several people from the National Park Service DC office have reached out to me regarding African American National Parks Event, but once the conversation gets to the point where action is required, silence takes over.

As the director of the NPS, I must begin to place the question of WHY, on your plate. I know the topic of diversity cannot be an easy one to address, but the longer it goes unaddressed the harder it becomes. It starts to feel as if you are hoping it goes away so that it doesn’t need to be addressed. As you no doubt know, it is not going away and will only become more intense.

I want to go to these parks and see faces that look like mine, faces that look like the make-up of this country. It can be very discouraging to a person of color to constantly have it brought to their attention that the faces that represent the NPS do not look like theirs. Why is that Director Jarvis? Why does the National Park Service admit to their being a problem attracting and retaining Americans of color in the work force and among visitors, yet remain silent when it comes to taking action to change it?
I will continue my efforts to engage the African American community out in our national park units. I feel it is important that we promote our parks as places of glory and wonder. They give us the opportunity to embrace the beauty of this country and begin to see the importance of conservation in all our open spaces. There is no greater promotion for land conservation than we find in the landscapes themselves.

Our national park units represent trails of freedom, in the Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad National Monument; the unwavering commitment to country, in the Charles Young Buffalo Soldiers National Monument; freedom of country, in the Statue of Liberty National Monument and the simple majesty of space in my beloved Yosemite.

These parks tell a story of connection that should be spread as wide as possible, not in a whisper, but in a roar. And that roar will only come when our parks are welcoming to a larger slice of the American public.

I look forward to your response, as I will be posting both this letter and your response to my Facebook page. I am here to help not hinder the process of inclusion. I am open to listening to your concerns on this topic and to help bridge the gap between those who are already in our parks and those who are not.

Nature’s Grace.
Teresa Baker
Founder of African American National Parks Event.

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Why you should care about the lack of diversity in the outdoors.
May 27, 2015The OutdoorsAfrican Americans, diversity, environment, inclusion, National Parks, nature, outdoors, people of color
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Under The Gun Theater Presents
A Swarm of Spoilers A Recapitiaiton of a Game of Thrones 
Written By Alima Beliconis, Matt Fox, Rebecca Grossman, Elise Jordan, & Kevin Mullaney with input from the cast
Directed by Kevin Mullaney

April 10.17
May 1,8,15,22,&29 
2015

Cast

Adam Schwartz - Ramsey Bolton, Rob Stark, Stannis
Alex Manich - Varys, Tywin, Jorah, Roose
Alex Wiseman - Joffrey, Tommen, Viserys, Frey, Robin
Alima Beliconis - Melisandre, Talisa
Alisa Mahjoub - Macrgery, Greyworm, Ygritte
Amanda Kinchen - Grand Maester Pycelle, Arya, Dagmar
Bridget Brown - Catelyn Stark, Shae
Elise Jordan - Smoke Monster, MC
Jake Ross - Petyr Bealish, Balon, Davos
Justin Hamby - Robert, The Hound, The Mountain, Karstark
Leah Generous - Cersei Lannister, Daenerys Targaryen
Matt Baker - Theon, Jon Snow, Jamie Lannister
Matt Fox - Ned Stark
Melissa Heeres - Brienne of Tarth, Yara
Sam Howard - Sansa Stark, Lysa Arryn
Seth Origitano - Kahl Drogo, Oberyn Martell, Syrio
Terri Lynne Hudson - Tyrion Lannister, Missandei

Crew
Kevin Mullaney -  Director, Head Writer
Angie McMahon - Executive Director
Alima Belconis - Writer
Elise Jordan - Writer
Matt Fox - Writer
Rebecca Grossman -Writer
Hillary Gokenbach - Stage Manager
Zach Stinnett - Props & Sound Design
LaVisa Angela - Costume Design

Director's Note, April 10, 2015

Sometime last year, I thought of a crazy idea. What if I tried to squeeze the plot of all 40 episodes fo Thrones into 1 hour of absurd comedy theater. I had seen something like it years ago when I saw the Reduced Shakespeare Company do the entire works of William Shakespeare in one act. It was a bawdy, raucous, fun show that felt like something you might see buskers do a street festival.

I realized that Game of Thrones might deserve the same treatment. I could distill the show down to its important plot points and its most heightened moments and then retell them in an absurd way that would entertain both fans of the show and their friends who have been dragged along with them.

So last December I recruited a team of writers from our ensemble and we started re-watching the episodes, season by season. We outlined the plot, took notes on the characters and kept track of our favorite WTF moments (there are a lot of them in GoT) We started writing whatever came to mind, whatever was funny, almost like writing a sketch show inspired by the TV series.

Eventually our show started to take shape, we drafted a couple hours of material. But I knew much of it didn't fit the original idea. And there was so much story to cover. Still, the outline was laid out, we had a plan, it was going to work. And then we did auditions and our plan got thrown for a loop.

Auditioners brought in their favorite 2nd or 3rd tier characters and we realized we had to cast these actors and include the characters they wanted to play. Their takes on them were just too fun. If you had told me that Tommen or Pycelle were characters that would make the final cut, I wouldn't have believed you. But once we saw them on stage, we knew we had to include them.

In the end we cast 17 actors to play 47 speaking parts, which is a little insane for a show that is supposed to be an hour long. But we wrote and rewrote and trimmed and cut and rearranged until we have the show that opens tonight. It's probably the funniest thing I've ever directed  and all the credit should go to the wonderful writers and the very funny cast.

I hope you agree,

Kevin Mullaney
April 10, 2015
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This restaurant has an unusual decor for a Thai place. Nothing matches the music nor decor to the excellent Thai food, but it works in a quirky sort of way. I thoroughly enjoyed my time warp experience back to my childhood with the toys, signs, and 60's lamps. I went to the ladies room and couldn't stop take photos of the Pez toy dispensers. My favorite childhood signs were the Frosted Flakes and Junior Mints. The Elvis Presley and Mario statues are so much fun. There is plenty of Chicago Cubs memorabilia since this restaurant is located around the corner from Cubs Wrigley Park Stadium. I loved the light and crispy Vegetable Spring Rolls and the Shrimp Pad Thai which were recommended by our waiter.
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The name Egg Shack describes the food theme of this local restaurant. Eggs abound in almost every dish. My son ordered the french toast which was dipped and cooked in lots of eggs which he loves to eat. I ordered the pancakes which were delicious. More important than the food is the relationship that the staff has with its customers. I watched numerous regulars talk to the staff about their children and families. This local eatery is a neighborhood gathering place with personality.
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El Ranchito Market is a local grocery store that sells products from Mexico. I love the wide variety of fresh fruits and vegetables. I enjoy purchasing Mexican Squash Chayote for preparing my vegetarian dishes. This store even has a Taqueria which sells Herbal drinks like Jamaican Tea and Horchata or Rice Milk. This store has such unique food products like fresh prepared Mexican baked goods and candies too.
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Happy Hour at Morton's Steakhouse located a few steps from Michigan Avenue in the Chicago Loop is great place to unwind. We did a meetup at this inviting Morton's Steakhouse. We had a high top table by the window where we could people watch and chit chat. We ordered several appetizers and drinks. I especially enjoyed the crab cakes and red wine. I definitely recommend this location just off the Chicago River and Michigan Avenue for a meetup with great bar food and stiff drinks.
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This is a very popular local Beverly area breakfast place. We waited about 15 minutes for a table on a Saturday morning which was not a bad wait. The service was fast for such a busy restaurant. I was surprised to find some healthy menu options like Buckwheat pancakes which were delicious. The portions sizes are gigantic so we ordered side dishes.
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The architecture of this hotel is amazing! It towers in the Chicago Downtown city skyscape just of Lake Michigan near the Prudential Building. It looks like a water or a movement of water in the sky. There is a bar and restaurant with large al fresco patio seating. The decor of the hotel is modernistic.
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These beautiful floral arrangements welcomed me on my most recent visit to Mariano's Evergreen Park. My favorite aisles in this grocery store are the global cuisine. I love the international flags and the sections marked by various countries.
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