-Co-produced film with filmmaker Shuli Eshel, entitled Maxwell Street: A Living Memory, about the descendants of Jewish immigrants who lived and/or worked on Maxwell Street
-Authored a photographic book in association with the Chicago Historical Society entitled Chicago’s Maxwell Street by Arcadia Publishing
-Produced an original theatrical piece “And This Was Free” by playwright Idris Goodwin, using the legendary Maxwell Street Blues Bus that sold Blues recordings at the original Market as a stage set
-Collected architectural and historic artifacts from Maxwell Street since 1995. A loan from this collection was made to the Museum of Science and Industry for its exhibition, Sweet Home Chicago: Big City Blues 1946–1966 produced by Seattle’s Experience Music Project Museum.
-Produced a Maxwell Street Collection limited edition photographic portfolio with the works of well-known photographers
-Sponsor a non-profit booth at the annual Chicago Blues Festival featuring the Maxwell Street Blues Bus in 2008, 2009, and 2010
-Brought the Blues Bus to the New Maxwell Street Market Labor Day 2010
-Funded historic research in 2009 to verify that the earliest, extant building remaining in the old Maxwell Street neighborhood was built as Chicago’s first German School and stands today as the former Gethsemane Baptist Church.