If you catch more flies with honey than with vinegar, imagine how many you’ll catch with this honey mustard from the Chicago Honey Co-op. $6, Chicago’s Downtown Farmstand, 66 E. […]
Back for its third year, Just for Laughs brings about 130 comedians to 13 Chicago-area venues. Here are some good bets: A scientist wants empirical proof that her boyfriend is […]
A moment of silence, please, as we take this time to remember our rodent friends who lost their lives crossing Lake Shore Drive. Honor their memory with this soap, cast […]
A local artisan is accusing Urban Outfitters of stealing her necklace design, and the Web agrees.
Moms, avert your eyes. The Cereal Killer is even less healthy than cereal with chocolate milk—it’s a cereal-covered bon bon molded on a plastic spoon for your convenience, by Brass […]
There are almost 300 professional theater companies at work in Chicago today, ranging from big-name institutions like Steppenwolf and Second City to fringe stalwarts like the Curious Theatre Branch. Yet […]
A review of Brendan Sodikoff’s Doughnut Vault by means of a science experiment.
To kick off our new column that features the best stuff you can buy from Chicago’s artists, artisans, and crafters, we’ve got a triple whammy. For its 20th birthday, Quimby’s […]
Stages, Sights & Sounds With its lectures and panels, the Chicago Humanities Festival isn’t exactly kid-friendly. But this CHF-produced theater showcase is. Over the course of 12 days, four ensembles […]
A new, 105 Mbps Internet service unveiled by Comcast today looks as pricey as it is fast.
ScoutMob, which offers daily deals with no cost up front, arrives in Chicago
A buzzed-about U of C casual encounters site, eduHookups, opens registration to other colleges in Chicago, with a view to world domination.