• DREAMERS at Lollapalooza 2016

    By Jose Burgos | Posted August 17, 2016

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    DREAMERS | Photo:  Jose E. Burgos DREAMERS performed for the first time at Lollapalooza. The show celebrated its 25th year anniversary by extending the event to a 4 day weekend starting on Thursday and ending Sunday. The show overall turned out to be a huge success so much that it was officially announced that the [...]

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  • Review: Lollapalooza’s 25th Anniversary

    By Jose Burgos | Posted August 17, 2016


    Halsey performing at the Saumsung Stage | Photo: Jose E. Burgos   This year, Lollapalooza celebrated its 25th year anniversary since the show initiated at Grant Park downtown Chicago. Its founder, Perry Farrell, also band member for Jane’s Addiction started the show in 1991. Its always been a three day weekend since the start, Friday [...]

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  • 5 Artists We Are Excited to See at Lollapalooza 2016

    By Jose Burgos | Posted July 26, 2016


      Cage the Elephant at Lollapalooza 2014 | Photo: The Odyssey Online   This year, the annual Chicago music festival Lollapalooza will be be held from July 28 – 31 at Grant Park downtown. This year, the festival will be celebrating its 25th year anniversary since its founding in 1991 by Jane’s Addiction singer, Perry [...]

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  • La Maldita Vecindad Plays at Ruido Fest 2016

    By Jose Burgos | Posted July 23, 2016


    On July 9th, Mexican rock band, La Maldita Vecindad, performed at Ruido Fest’s annual 3-day alternative Latin rock show at the Addams/Medill Park in Chicago. This year, the festival celebrated its second year since it’s formation in 2015. Sharing the stage with many other known Latin rock artists, like La Ley and Los Famosos Cadillacs, [...]

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  • Review: Ruido Fest Doesn’t Disappoint

    By Jose Burgos | Posted July 22, 2016


        This year, Ruido Fest,  the newest Latin Alternative music festival, brought together people from all over Chicago and its neighboring towns together for a 3-day show at the Adams/Medill Park near the Mexican community known as Pilsen.   Created to value and expand the cultural richness of Latin alternative music in the Midwest, Ruido [...]

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  • Letter from the Editor: Endometriosis Awareness Month

    By Arielle Vega | Posted April 8, 2016


    Everyday there are women everywhere fighting a terrifying cancer-like disease that less and less people seem to know about or are even aware of. Moms, grandmothers, sisters, cousins, nieces, friends, co-workers, classmates, celebrities, old, and young—endometriosis does not discriminate. Young girls can be afflicted with this as early as their first period.    One-in-10 women [...]

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  • Poem: Desire

    By Arielle Vega | Posted March 10, 2016

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    Desire, can be fueled by many things.   Desire, is a fantasy that you desperately want to become reality.   Desire, is the impulse to do something without hesitation.   Desire, is an act that you will commit at any cost.   Desire, is a consequence of an unfulfilled temptation.   And when that desire [...]

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  • Cicero brothers inspire on “The Biggest Loser”, talks community and motivation

    By Jesus J Montero | Posted February 22, 2016

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    Cicero natives are already winning big before the result are in for the grand finale for the 17th season of “The Biggest Loser”.   Twin brothers Roberto and Luis Hernandez have always been on the heavy side. Being active growing up by playing sports to even playing college level football the Hernandez brothers have been [...]

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