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.
Two legacy institutions wrestle with issues of diversity and economic justice.
COVID-19 provides cover for a union bust at Saint Xavier University.
The federal appeals court requests more briefs in order to decide if they should decide.
Arts & Business Council of Chicago invites nominations and votes for the greatest moments in Chicago music history.
At the University of Chicago and other schools online only during the pandemic, students are fighting for reduced tuition.
Erica Daniels will replace Chay Yew in the top job at Victory Gardens Theater.
You can only visit the Garden online for now.
Chicago History Museum is collecting the city’s pandemic experience.
The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists wades into the dispute.
Chicago Symphony Orchestra institutes across the board cuts in musicians and staff salaries.