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Fans Brandon Munoz and Bianca Munroy wore matching Metallica shirts on Thursday. Both longtime and new fans of the metal band attended Lollapalooza.

Metallica attracts new, long time fans at Lollapalooza

Nadia Carolina Hernandez, Print Managing Editor July 29, 2022

Fans’ classic black t-shirts with Metallica’s logo stood out against the sunny day walking through Grant Park as thousands of Metallica fans rushed to Lollapalooza on Thursday for the headliner. Metallica...

Since unofficially commencing in 1990, Disability Pride Month has struggled to garner the same recognition of other movements like LGBTQ Pride.

July is Disability Pride Month, so why does nobody know?

Lilly Keller, Arts and Life Editor July 26, 2022

While July is often associated with independence and freedom, it also marks the start of Disability Pride Month, a national celebration recognizing  diversity and uniqueness within the disabled community. The...

Magaly Acosta and Read and Run founder Allison Yates break the ice by asking runners Does a perfect daughter exist?

Read and Run Chicago hosts its first bilingual event in Town of Cicero

Jacqueline Cardenas, La DePaulia Editor-in-Chief July 20, 2022

Allison Yates sat on her mom’s couch reading the “The Battle of Lincoln Park” when her interest for history, desire to explore the city and curious mind came together to found Read and Run Chicago...

This poster, created by Patricia Wallin, shows 17 women accused of having abortions after suffering a miscarriage in El Salvador.

‘Fly So Far’ film inspires abortion rights activists amid Roe v. Wade overturn

Cary Robbins, Contributing Writer July 9, 2022

Patricia Wallin, an abortion rights activist from El Salvador, has seen the film Fly So Far at least five times. When she first watched the movie, Wallin said she was shocked to see how criminalizing abortion...

Jurassic World Dominion: The sequel that should have remained extinct

Jurassic World Dominion: The sequel that should have remained extinct

Lilly Keller, Arts and Life Editor July 7, 2022

Sequel trilogies of popular movie franchises remain a gamble, especially when they attempt to continue and expand on characters and plotlines that have already spent their time in the spotlight. Unfortunately,...

Maya Hawke, Natalia Dyer, Joseph Quinn, and Joe Keery in season 4 of Stranger Things.

“Stranger Things 4” Volume 2 Review: Depressing, daunting, delightfully dark

Claire Tweedie, Staff Writer July 5, 2022

Gone are the days of “Ghostbusters” costumes and silly mall montages, as the penultimate season of “Stranger Things” ended with startling gruesome deaths and arguably even more gruesome endings....

A go-to for greasy food before a night out, Flip Sigi is a unique Filipino taqueria in the heart of Boystown.

Let me plan your evening in Boystown

Erik Uebelacker, Editor in Chief June 16, 2022

It’s hard to go wrong with an evening in Boystown (or Northalsted). The oldest officially recognized gay neighborhood in the United States is home to a copious variety of bars, nightclubs and dining...

What I watched this year

What I watched this year

Jacob Costello, Staff Writer June 15, 2022

I watch a lot of movies. Even before I started writing reviews, I would watch multiple movies in a week. Whether I go to the theater, use a streaming service or pick a movie out of my Blu-ray collection,...

Lou’s 1988 border door was placed on the U.S.-Mexican border. This door is considered Lou’s legacy piece and continues to be shown in exhibits around the world.

Opening doors: The life of Chicano artist Richard Lou

Cary Robbins, Staff Writer June 8, 2022

Richard Alexander Lou lived in Tijuana, Mexico until he was almost 9 years old, and every day for almost three years, he would cross the border to go to elementary school. Around 6:30 a.m., Lou’s...

St Vincents DeJamz Pride Month

St Vincent’s DeJamz Pride Month

Amber Stoutenborough and Lilly Keller June 5, 2022

Time to stand up for the Gay national anthem. Just in time for Pride month, a couple of queers on staff share their selection of favorite LGBTQ+ — or closely resembling — songs. While we would love...

From left to right, Kyle Hart, Trevor Smith and Hoyt Yeatman are pictured jamming at Beat Kitchen on their Chicago stop of their first national tour.

Sitting on Stacy gets ready to bring beach rock vibes to Chicago’s own Riot Fest this fall

Emily Robinson and Maria Schroeder June 5, 2022

In an interview with the DePaul Music Business Organization, indie classic-rock band Sitting On Stacy gave insight on their beginnings and progress before their show in Chicago at Beat Kitchen. Now under...

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