Tag Archive for South Shore

Monologues of Matter

“What does he think he is? White or something?” This line, half serious and half a joke, delivered by a bombastic barber, hits a chord that resonates throughout eta Creative Arts Foundation’s current show.

South Shore

Just north of where 71st Street meets Exchange Avenue, the South Shore Cultural Center sits regally on a lush, manicured throne, with a grand, arboreal promenade leading to the entrance. The chronology of the space can be considered in parallel…

Seitan with Soul

Last January, Yah’s Cuisine became the second vegan restaurant specializing in soul food to open on 75th Street. Located roughly three miles from its well-established predecessor, Soul Vegetarian East, Yah’s may be signaling the setting of a delicious South Side…

Top (Secret) Chef

Chef Efrain Cuevas started Clandestino about a year ago in order to provide a community-based, high-quality alternative to gourmet restaurant cuisine. The underground dining organization meets every few weeks to enjoy a themed menu, at a location that is disclosed…