Author and Northwestern prof Chris Abani recommends Teju Cole’s latest novel Every Day Is for the Thief.
Chicagoans recommend the webcomic Space-Mullet, a pair of contemporary art mags, and Lisa Alvarado’s Still, Life
Chicagoans recommend Roxane Gay’s Ayiti, comics confab Brain Frame, and T-shirts from Skim Milk.
Chicagoans recommend The Gogo Show, Geekfest, and the Randolph Street Market
Chicagoans recommend Queer Comedy at Zanies, Robinson Alone, and Danger 5.
This week’s Culture Vultures recommend Rod Serling’s Night Gallery and Jeffrey Gusfield’s Deadly Valentines.
Chicagoans recommend House of Cards, There Is a Happiness That Morning Is, The Boy Detective Fails, and Chicago Whispers.
Chicagoans recommend the Rebuilding Exchange, the Ruth Page Center for the Arts, and more.
Chicagoans recommend The Secret Keeper, the Fabulous Ladies of Fitness, and Bunheads.
Chicagoans recommend Cook County Social Club, The Still Point of the Turning World, and CCX.
Chicagoans recommend The Dream of the Burning Boy, 7 Wonders, and Lauren Groff’s Arcadia.
Chicagoans recommend Christopher Hitchens, Benny the Bull, and Purple Rain.
Chicagoans recommend Building Stories, SpaceTime Tanks, and the Kates.
Chicagoans recommend a quasi-fictional novel, reliably funny improv, and a new literary mag.
Chicagoans recommend Behind the Beautiful Forevers, the Encyclopedia Show, and the Upstairs Gallery.