By Katelyn Skye Bennett It’s funny how we’re taught not to talk to strangers as kids but create so many connections through them later in life. Yet when music is involved, it […]
I'm a beloved daughter of God, a writer and musician in love with the Democratic Republic of Congo, passionate about working with and for refugees. Follow my blog to see God at work in the Church as well as my life. You'll also read a lot about culture and race. Mungu akubariki (God bless)!
By Katelyn Skye Bennett On June 28, lines of donors, season pass holders, and Little Big Town fans rolled their wagons through four entrances into the grassy fields of Ravinia. Ravinia is […]
by Anna Walsh At 8:20 on a May evening in Boston, I arrived to the PUP show at Royale. The concert took place at the same time as Lost Evenings III, but […]
#ChiGospelFest was hit with a storm as the main artists took the stage, but that didn’t stop the celebration. By Katelyn Skye Bennett A special bond is formed through the sharing of […]
“When they were saying disco is dead, they were showing their disdain and their dislike for minorities and for the lesbian, gay, transgender and queer communities, whereas house music embraces everyone.” -Chip E