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We’ve all heard about the “American Dream”, it’s something we’re taught in school, and if we’re lucky get to experience it first-hand. The notion and drive to build something great for yourself from nothing is what gave generations before us purpose and a burning want to get up in the morning. It’s what made this… Read more »

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David Trotter’s film Mother India: Life Through the Eyes of the Orphan shakes your foundation and perception of reality. He lays bare the complexity of homelessness in searing images that haunt with chilling intensity. Through the film we are introduced to Suresh Kumar Kathera, who has taken on the seemingly insurmountable challenge of being surrogate… Read more »

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Sid Yiddish is a Chicago performance artist who is running for president as a write-in candidate. He describes himself as a “Lincoln Republican” though his politics are more in line with the Democrats, but you are welcome to write him in on whatever ballot you choose; he’s not picky. He is the only candidate promising… Read more »