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The Cornerstore

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On The Cornerstore, Author Kevin Coval celebrates the ingenuity of the city of Chicago — and whoever and whatever else comes their way. Each week, hear authentic and lively conversations as he dives deep into the artistic process and methodology of rappers, muralists, chefs, brand managers, tastemakers, and more.

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On The Cornerstore, Author Kevin Coval celebrates the ingenuity of the city of Chicago — and whoever and whatever else comes their way. Each week, hear authentic and lively conversations as he dives deep into the artistic process and methodology of rappers, muralists, chefs, brand managers, tastemakers, and more.

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The Cornerstore

Latest release on Oct 13, 2020

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On The Cornerstore, Author Kevin Coval celebrates the ingenuity of the city of Chicago — and whoever and whatever else comes their way. Each week, hear authentic and lively conversations as he dives deep into the artistic process and methodology of rappers, muralists, chefs, brand managers, tastemakers, and more.

Naira | The intersectionality of art, activism, and organizing

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The Cornerstore spoke with Naira about stepping "out of her shell"; her experiences with supporting and organizing protests; the creation of BLCK RISING and the crucial work they've been doing all summer; and much more.

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Oct 13 2020

32mins

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Delilah Martinez| Owning Vault Gallerie, The Mural Movement, and more

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The Cornerstore spoke with Delilah Martinez about all of the work she's been doing throughout the entirety of the stay-at-home order including volunteer work, finding innovative ways to support the Black Lives Matter Movement, and more. Delilah sheds light as to how the Mural Movement came about; the importance of hiring the youth so they're able to get experience working in the arts; and her personal journey into curating art shows and managing artists such as Sentrock.

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Oct 06 2020

31mins

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Mashaun Ali | Trap House Chicago, Restorative Justice Street-Wear, and more

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The Cornerstore spoke with Organizer and Community Architect Mashaun Ali about the restorative justice based street-wear brand & boutique Trap House Chicago, Feed 79th initiative, and much more.

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Sep 29 2020

35mins

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VLA #ChangeTheName | Changing the name of Douglas Park and more

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The Cornerstore spoke with Bianca and Raniya of VLA #ChangeTheName about their ongoing efforts to change the name of Douglas Park to honor Frederick & Anna-Murray Douglass instead of Stephen Douglas. Bianca walks us through the process of getting the name change completed; shares how this campaign came about; and more.

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Sep 22 2020

29mins

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No Cuts x No Glory Barber Shop | The history of the shop, the cultural importance of the barbershop, and more

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The Cornerstore spoke with TJ & Drew The Barber of No Cuts x No Glory Barber Shop about how they began working together, the on-going importance of the barbershop and what it means for the culture, the type of environment they aim to have in their space, and more.

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Sep 15 2020

43mins

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Alan Ket | Museum of Graffiti, his personal evolution as an artist, and more

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The Cornerstore spoke with Alan Ket, Co-Founder of the Museum of Graffiti, about the museum and it's dedication to the graffiti art form. Alan also talks about the significance of the museum's location in Wynwood, his personal evolution as an artist, and more.

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Sep 08 2020

57mins

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Jeff Zimmermann | Beginnings of becoming a muralist, the role graphic design plays in his work, and more

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The Cornerstore spoke with Jeff Zimmermann about the challenges of creating murals during quarantine, the integral role graphic design plays in his aesthetic, the transition from street art to gallery work, and more.

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Sep 01 2020

43mins

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Charlie Kane & Maria Mora | Documenting Women DJs and their experiences in "For The Record"

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The Cornerstore spoke with Charlie Kane & Maria Mora about their Documentary, "For The Record" that covers women DJs and their experiences in the music scene; how they got their start in their respective art forms, and more.

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Aug 25 2020

44mins

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Georgina Trevino | Breaking the norms of fashion and art, enjoying the endless possibilities of collaboration, and more

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The Cornerstore spoke with contemporary jeweler Georgina Trevino about the power of social media with endless possibilities for collaboration, constantly changing and evolving as an artist, and more.

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Aug 18 2020

36mins

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Tracy Baim | What the future holds for the Chicago Reader, the early house scene in the city, and more

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The Cornerstore spoke with Chicago Reader Publisher and Hall of Famer, Tracy Baim, about the never-ending desire to be a journalist and covering queer stories/news the right way, what the future holds for the Chicago Reader, and more.

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Aug 11 2020

35mins

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Henry Chalfant | Documenting Hip-Hop Culture, Style Wars, and more

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The Cornerstore spoke with Henry Chalfant about documenting hip-hop as a cultural form, the creation of Style Wars, advocating for hip-hop culture/the youth, and more.

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Aug 04 2020

46mins

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Liz Flores | Cubism and geometry, the power of social media in art, and more

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The Cornerstore spoke with Liz Flores about the use of cubism and geometry throughout her work; the power of social media in art; and the relationship between being a business owner and an artist.

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Jul 28 2020

39mins

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Michael Caplan | Nelson Algren documentary, finding true fulfillment in the arts, and more

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The Cornerstore spoke with Columbia College Chicago Film Professor Michael Caplan about the Premiere of his Nelson Algren documentary on WTTW, the journey of entering the creative world and finding true fulfillment in the arts, and more.

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Jul 21 2020

31mins

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Tubsz | Bringing Black and Brown communities together through art, blending graffiti and calligraphy, and more

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The Cornerstore spoke with Artist and Designer, Tubsz, about style-writing, blending the practices of graffiti and calligraphy, his work with the Mural Movement in efforts to bring the Black and Brown communities together, and much more.

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Jul 14 2020

35mins

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Maya Schenwar | Truthout, Coming into abolitionist work, and more

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The Cornerstore spoke with Writer & Editor Maya Schenwar about her work with Truthout, what it means to defund the police, coming into abolitionist work, how non-black people can be better allies, and more.

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Jul 07 2020

41mins

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CoolOut Chris & Amina | Urbanized Music, creating as a family, and more

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The Cornerstore spoke with Chicago Hip-Hop Couple CoolOut Chris and Amina about Urbanized Music, being Hip-Hop parents during this time, and more.

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Jun 30 2020

42mins

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Emily Jungmin Yoon | Life in Hawaii, the journey of becoming a writer, and more

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The Cornerstore spoke with Emily Jungmin Yoon about life in Hawaii, studying Korean poetry, the journey of becoming a writer, A Cruelty Special to Our Species, and much more.

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Jun 24 2020

41mins

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Jahmal Cole | My Block My Hood My City, serving the communtiy, and more

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The Cornerstore spoke with Jahmal Cole, CEO & Founder of My Block My Hood My City about learning from other activists about criminal justice reform during this time, being a self-published author, working on behalf of the community, and much more.

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Jun 16 2020

32mins

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Sir Charles | Made in Chi-Town With Love, fatherhood, and more

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The Cornerstore spoke with Sir Charles about the recent protests and his role in his community, the importance of the messages in his work, and more.

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Jun 09 2020

36mins

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Liz Abunaw | Forty Acres Fresh Market, creating neighborhood infrastructure, and more

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The Cornerstore spoke with Liz Abunaw, Owner and Operator of The Forty Acres Fresh Market, about the work the organization is doing, the importance of reaching disadvantaged neighborhoods, and more.

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Jun 02 2020

47mins

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