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Venues were in flux, but Chicago improv pushed back against racism and harassment in 2020.
The 22-year-old artist died in December, but his influence remains incalculable.
Solos in shutdown can be a win-win.
Best of Chicago 2020: Arts & Culture
Outdoor theaters like Lakeshore let us scream together at a safe distance.
Buying local merch helped us keep our cool in 2020.
NoonChorus helps artists innovate for streaming content.
The beloved store brings surprises to your doorstep.
The drag community showed up and showed out in 2020.
A traveling pick-me-up brings comic relief.
Samantha Irby’s Wow, No Thank You. is just what the doctor ordered.
The Mercury Theater’s closing left a gap in Chicago’s commercial theater market, but artists stepped up to help each other out.
Theater moved us in 2020, even while moving online.
The 12 turns garages in Tri-Taylor into an outdoor exhibit.