Bending the COVID curve’s not enough.
Her quilts draw upon historic photos and family albums for inspiration.
A new documentary celebrates cliteracy.
A new biography examines Edith Rockefeller McCormick’s stranger-than-fiction life.
The comedy powerhouse is up for sale for only the second time in its 60-year history.
Jamil Khoury and Malik Gillani have been facing more than COVID closure.
Modern in the Middle is a groundbreaking compendium of Chicago’s midcentury residential architecture.
Lyric hosts a free, multigenre online concert this weekend.
Faculty and staff unions question safety, while the future of higher ed gets murky.
But the AIA board stays mum on the reasons for exec’s abrupt exit.
The former Chicago Dancers United executive director raises a social media storm about the organization and its annual benefit.
ArtNight, a passion-sharing show-and-tell, has moved online.
In Sahar Mustafah’s debut novel, The Beauty of Your Face, a terrorist attack opens a window on the story of a Palestinian American family in Chicago.
Essays on the hopes and horrors of returning to “normal”
The governor signs a revised Chicago casino bill, with cuts to city and state shares of profits.