Bronzeville is the heart of Chicago’s African-American community in many ways. Learn more about things to do here in this episode of “The Grid.”
Ji Suk Yi
Ji Suk Yi is a program host at the Chicago Sun-Times. Ji attended Salem College (Winston-Salem, NC) and received her law degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. After receiving her J.D. she discovered her heart was in journalism and decided Chicago was the best city in the country to learn about news. She’s proud to call Chicago home for more than a decade.
Dogs and strollers fill the quiet sidewalks of Roscoe Village. This gem on the North Side, not too far from Wrigley, is a magnet for young families.
WATCH: The horses seem to “dance” as they glide and “bounce” across the arena with intricate footwork reminiscent of figure skating or ballet.
One of the most anticipated neighborhood summer festivals is Andersonville Midsommarfest. Check out that and more to do this weekend in The Grid.
The opera is a culmination of an inter-disciplinary program resulting from a collaboration between the Lyric Opera and the Chicago Urban League.
“I grew up singing in church. Mandatory. From the age you could talk you were put in the choir.”
I’ve always been drawn to restaurants and bars in large part due to the stories behind the people that build and run them.
Del Toro will serve up nearly 300 margaritas on a Saturday night.
I can’t imagine Chicago without all of the Sun-Times local reporters who literally pound the streets.