Spit Balling is a quirky and eclectic sports podcast with a radical ethos. Redacted Magazine editors Mack Liederman and Jane Shin Agler consider the world around the games we play. Using multidisciplinary perspectives, they’ll talk about the artsy, academic and … Continue reading Redacted Magazine releases first episode of ‘Spit Balling’ podcast
Redacted Magazine sits down with the director of the Dignity Diner, a weekly free meal service that offers a restaurant-style experience for the hungry in Lakeview. TRANSCRIPTION At the corner of Wilson and Diversity in Lakeview, messages on the importance … Continue reading Dignity Diner serves up free three-course meals for those in need
TRANSCRIPTION REDACTED: Earlier this week, EA Sports announced the return of a college football video game. CHARLOTTE SPORTS LIVE: Biggest news of the day. KEYSHAWN, JWILL & ZUBIN SHOW: How pumped are you? What are you willing to do to … Continue reading EA Sports is bringing back NCAA football. But will it support student-athletes?
Wake-N-Bakery illustration by Kevin Sterjo Continue reading From THC-infused lemonade to gummy edibles, Wake-N-Bakery gets you baked
When I came to take a photograph of Willie J.R. Fleming, the co-founder of the Chicago Anti-Eviction Campaign, he could hardly spare a moment between back-to-back phone calls with some of Chicago’s most influential power brokers. While on the phone with the Chief of Staff for Cook County Commissioner Bill Lowry (3rd), his voice reverberated throughout the Campaign’s South … Continue reading An eviction crisis looms in Chicago. The Chicago Anti-Eviction Campaign has a solution
Video created by Mack Liederman and Courtney Kueppers Continue reading ‘We are essential’: Laugh Factory’s doors remain closed
Activists rallied in Downtown Chicago to protest against white supremacy and “Trumpism” on Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Some marched on foot and others were in cars which circled around the block. The crowd chanted and drivers honked their horns … Continue reading ‘Fascists get out!’ Chicago activists protest Trump presidency
Entering Ramen Lord’s one-bedroom apartment is like venturing into a quasi-Japanese land. You wouldn’t expect this to be the home of a white dude who works in consulting. “Shoes off?” I asked as I waited in the entryway. “This is … Continue reading What makes the perfect noodle soup? Not even Ramen Lord can tell you