Furries aren’t all fetishists—they’re members of a supportive community who (sometimes) don costumes to feel more comfortable in their own skins.
The films’ diversity on-screen hasn’t yet made its way behind the camera—or to the four-day convention.
Chicago Is A Drag will include performers from across generations, neighborhoods, and performance styles.
Good times, good times
Is this pricey debacle what our queer ancestors had in mind 50 years ago?
Festival fashion reflected the creative yet chill vibe of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Ceremonial celebrations include lantern lighting and storytelling.
Chicago Pride Fest, Steamworks: The Musical, dessert from the Big Gay Ice Cream Truck, and more
A preview of four talks this weekend
A series of events in the south-side neighborhood is rounded out by a panel and dance party devoted to house music.
Pride Weekend 2013: It’s not just about the parade.
Comics from LA to PA perform at the second annual Chicago Women’s Funny Festival.
The Chicago Humanities Festival presents its fall schedule of lectures, panels, and performances
The 24th Chicago International Children’s Film Festival continues through 10/28 with programs that range from collections of short films suitable for preschoolers (including Hip Hip Hooray!, part of “F Is for Family”) to dramatic features for school-age kids. Among the latter are A Plumm Summer, a live-action adventure in which two brothers try to solve […]
The 18th annual Chicago Humanities Festival, which addresses global warming with the theme “The Climate of Concern,” starts Saturday, October 27, and runs through November 11, offering dozens of lectures, readings, and discussions by an international assortment of writers, artists, and scholars as well as film screenings and theatrical and musical performances at multiple venues […]