“Collections: A Visual Journey of Art Through the Eyes of Sherry Whetstone-McCall”

The official opening of the exhibit, Feb. 6 “Thought-provoking, colorful, sparkly, free-spirited and inviting,” said artist Sherry Whetstone-McCall as she described the art quilts in her exhibit, “Collections: A Visual Journey of Art Through the Eyes of Sherry Whetstone-McCall.” Not only does “Collections” showcase 37 years worth of artwork by Whetstone-McCall, it  additionally showcases work by her…

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Book Review: Becoming

In a small one bedroom apartment in the Southside of Chicago, before its infamous degradation, a young Michelle Robinson was born. She was the daughter Frasier Robinson III, a union worker, and Marian Robinson. This is where, 50 years later, the former First Lady of the United States returns to…

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