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Out West producer Lord Haiti turned music merch into a line of smoking products

When Lord Haiti started OMS, it was to promote a music project of the same name. Now running the brand takes up all of his time.

“Who keeps us safe?” Chicago police bring violence to peaceful protests

On Friday, thousands assembled in Logan Square to demand justice for Adam Toledo. The action went without incident until police got involved.

Protests begin after release of Chicago police video of Adam Toledo’s murder

A protest in Logan Square is planned for today following the release of body camera video of a CPD officer killing the 13-year-old.

Fat Jesus makes sure everybody eats

From cooking out of a crock pot at Classick Studios to serving up Fat Plates on Fridays, Fat Jesus takes us on his smokey culinary journey.

Josh K is trying to put Chicago R&B back on the map

The TRiiBE caught up with Chicago singer Josh K about his upcoming Lover's Lane Act: III project, working with Fabolous and more.

3 Black Chicago poets to check out during National Poetry Month

In honor of National Poetry Month, here are three contemporary Chicago poets contributing to the city's rich history of poetry.

Queen Key and Project sWish end Women’s History Month with “The Queen Within Her”

Project sWish is teaming up with Queen Camp to give 20 young women a day of pampering and professional development.

Chicago’s convoluted vaccine rollout is confusing for many in high-risk neighborhoods like Austin

A complicated registration process and lack of physical bulletins about the vaccine are two of the many concerns for Austin residents.

A year with COVID-19 | Redell Drakeford still can’t bring himself to go outside or get the vaccine

When Redell Drakeford lost his brother Delian to COVID-19 in April 2020, it woke him up to the severity of the pandemic.

“Most Chicagoans” will be eligible for vaccine beginning March 29, but not everyone will be able to get vaccinated immediately

Newly eligible Chicagoans under phase 1C likely won't be able to get the vaccine in arm until April or May due to limited vaccine supply.