The Museum of Contemporary Photography examines America’s obsession with guns in a new exhibit.
If you’ve seen Judas and the Black Messiah, the multiple-award-winning film about the 1969 murder of Illinois Black Panther Party chairman Fred Hampton, you’ve got a picture in your head of the 4:30 AM raid in which a drugged and sleeping Hampton was killed by a barrage of police bullets. The raid was carried out […]
“Helmut Jahn: Life + Architecture” at CAC offers big pictures and tiny buildings.
Protect Our Parks wants to put the brakes on the Obama Center groundbreaking.
In “Roots, Branches: Ancestor(s) Stones,” Monica Brown traces ancestral legacies.
Dr. Charles Smith and other artists find a new home at the Art Preserve.
The “musician-governed” Chicago Philharmonic looks to innovative programming for the future.
The Pritzker Museum highlights Bill Mauldin’s 50-year fight with injustice.
Can we save his most important Chicago building?
Chicago’s new Arts 77 program will spend $60 million on cultural facilities and art.
With 41 pieces flagged as potentially problematic, the city seeks input about next steps.
The Museum of Contemporary Photography’s “Reproductive” raises questions about the future of Roe v. Wade.
A year after the shutdown, they’re bringing it back.
Former Reader editor Alison True’s investigation fuels a new Peacock series.
But Protect Our Parks says more legal challenges are coming for the Jackson Park plan.