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Columbia College Students Get Advice from Music Experts

Columbia College Students Get Advice from Music Experts Columbia College students got a treat when Atlantic Records recording artist B.o.B was apart of the ‘No Genre Music’ Seminar on campus. Hosted by WGCI on air personalities, Tony Scofield and Columbia College graduate, Demi Lobo it was a ‘standing room’ only as students packed the intimate theaters. There was a great deal of knowledge shared as panelist ...

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Michael Jordan, King James and Sneaker Dough

By: Everett Glenn NNPA Guest Columnist                             There’s a runninng debate in basketball that Michael Jordan made winners out of the players around him in Chicago, while LeBron James had to go join other winners in Miami to become a winner. The debate rages on, and the question will not be answered definitively until LeB ...

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Mr. Fletcher: The Passing of a Retail Pioneer

By: Mary L. Datcher Staff Writer Mr. Fletcher: The Passing of a Retail Pioneer                 Mr. Fletcher: Cake to Fletchers One Stop for 10 years of support to Rap a Lot Records. (courtesy of Kelly Robinson) The music world has lost another major pioneer in the music and entertainment business; this time a man who has helped shaped the retail business in Chicago an ...

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Judge Marianne Jackson appointed to 7th Subcircuit

By: Amanda Ward Staff Writer                                                 Judge Jackson served as an associate judge from 1997 until 2014. She ran for election to the Cook County 7th Subcircuit in 2014 but was defeated in the primary. Many of the Judge Jackson supporters (Team Jackson) ...

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MISSING PERSONS

TAURESHA THOMAS Last seen three weeks ago in the vicinity of 82nd & Ashland. If you have any information about the where a bouts of Tauresha Thomas                       Call The Windy City Word 773-378-0261 ...

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Lawyers for the Creative Arts: Honors House Music

By: Mary L. Datcher Staff Writer             House Producer pioneer, Vince Lawrence and Music Journalist, Jim DeRogantis.   The music scene in Chicago has always spawned some of the world’s greatest talent from various genres- Blues, Soul, Jazz, Rock, Polka, Hip Hop and House music. The talent often outweighs the knowledge of business for many of these wonderful creative p ...

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Exchanges Fail to Protect Colon Cancer Patients

By: Jasmine Greenamyer Contributing Writer Colon cancer will claim more than 50,000 American lives this year. One in 20 people will be diagnosed at some point in their lives. Thanks to better screening and new treatments, the death rate from colon cancer has been dropping for more than 20 years. But even the best screening and treatment can’t help those unable to afford health care. The Affordable Care Act ...

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Mary J. Blige:

By: Mary L. Datcher Staff Writer I remember when I heard the first Mary J. Blige song – “You Remind Me” off of the ‘Strictly Business’ movie soundtrack. We were treated to a taste of the young singer’s voice before her debut CD, ‘What’s the 411’ was released on Andre Harrell’s Uptown Record label. Everyone wanted to know who had that raw, soulful voice on that track. A different type of voice over smooth me ...

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Weekly Previews That Make Choosing a Film Fun

Big Budget Films   Big Hero 6                      (PG for action, peril, crude humor and mature themes) Animated family comedy inspired by the Marvel Comics series about a 14 year-old inventor (Ryan Potter) who teams with his inflatable robot (Scott Adsit) and his close friends to solve a string of crimes. Voice cast includes Jamie Chung, T.J. Miller, ...

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Ford Ready to Work in a “Shaken Up” Illinois

            on Issues for a Stronger and Fairer State CHICAGO - “With the election now behind us, I would like to thank the voters for their vote of confidence as I move into my fifth term as state Representative for the 8th District of Illinois,” said state Rep. La Shawn K. Ford, D-Chicago. “I am more ready now than I have ever been, with better insights into the needs of peop ...

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