Today, I want to introduce to the scene, A.J. Partee. He's a 16 year old CPS student, born and raised on the Westside of Chicago, and he just started his own company called VULTURE CLOTHING CO.
A.J. says the company got it's feet off the ground in his parents basement at home and from there, he pushed the brand out to the streets to share with his friends, family, and fellow classmates at school.
The hip hop apparel consists of t-shirts, sweaters, and hoodies which comes in fashionable colors. He also plans to push snapbacks and jackets, but for now, he's focusing on what's in demand for his line.
Right now, VULTURE website is currently under construction, but you can still order product and gear through his inbox on Instagram @VultureClothingCo or email at VultureCustoms@gmail.com
Meanwhile, A.J. continues to work hard on his brand and he's looking fwd to the future to expand.
The City of Chicago is known for having some of the greatest food restaurants in the world, and now, they're adding a new flavor to the city, giving us a taste of a soul food served South Beach style.
The place is called Finga Licking and it's a hot new spot, bringing you the food, music, and culture from the streets of Miami, FL.
Some of you may be familiar with the business through the likes of DJ Khaled and Elric "E Class" Prince and now, they have teamed up with Lenny "Coffey" Weston to bring The Licking to Chicago and to open more locations in the Midwest.
The Chicago location is set for 5045 W. Madison, on the City's West Side, and it's scheduled to open in May. The menu is full of selections and it consists of everything from seafood to pasta, in addition with fried foods like chicken & red velvet waffles with wide a range of side items to choose from.
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Continuing to strive for greatness, NIKE converts an old church in Chicago into a basketball training facility for high school athletes across the city. The pop-up experience is called "Just Do It HQ at the Church" and it's located in the West Loop, at the space formerly known as the Church of Epiphany.
Sparkling with glossy floors, the month-long pop-up features interactive youth workshops, special appearances from pro-athletes and a number of other things to help the youth chase their dreams.
This past week, we visited the facility for a workout and we talked with one of the reps to see why they converted the Chicago church into a center for the youth and here's what they had to say: "Basketball is everything in Chicago. Just Do It HQ at The Church is a destination to reignite belief in the next generation of athletes and help them chase their hoop dreams. In 1988, Nike inspired a revolution in sport participation. That inspiration came from a series of advert…