Get the $39 chicken for two and keep dining off the tasty leftovers.
This weekend we looked inside a former billboard factory in Ravenswood, Goose Island’s barrel warehouse, and other spots during the Chicago Architecture Foundation’s Open House Chicago.
“An Evening of Works by William Forsythe” is the kind of performance even nonfans of dance get drawn into.
The case of ESPN sportscaster Jessica Mendoza shows that there are still a lot of people who can’t take women seriously—especially about sports.
Check out Steppenwolf’s Marie Antoinette for half price and/or a free fashion show inspired by the play tonight.
Chicago remains a deeply divided city. Don’t we need a uniter more than we need a tough guy?
Dancer-poet Ian Spencer Bell comes to the Poetry Foundation to perform his Geography Solos, a suite of “talking dances” and a new autobiographical piece, Holler.
He was named one of Food & Wine‘s Best New Chefs of 2013.
Both tunes were everywhere, but “Get Lucky” is no “Happy.”
These days opera singers are asked to perform in all sorts of odd positions, but he can project majesty even while “air swimming.”
There’s nothing glamorous about the Quad Cities, but that doesn’t mean there’s nothing good to do there.
Defending his pension plan, Mayor Emanuel borrows from the Daley—or is it the Clinton?—playbook.
Sean Patrick Riley of the Burlington crafts a dandelion-infused G&T that’s (supposedly) good for you.
Nandini Khaund of the app Craft Cocktail fills a chalice with a literal Blood & Sand.
Kristin Wolfel of the Charleston crafts a catnip cocktail for her Friday-night drinking buddy.