What it dispenses in salaciousness fails to account for the lack of any meaningful undercurrent that might make the vulgarity interesting.
Democrats and Republicans have their own reasons for looking the other way when Putin’s operatives hacked into the Illinois State Board of Elections’ computers.
Cubs co-owner Todd Ricketts replaces Steve Wynn as the lead fund-raiser for the RNC because of course.
The performance artist has two one-woman shows at Steppenwolf’s 1700 Theatre: Written in Sand and Unicorn Gratitude Mystery.
It might help bring disenfranchised or disillusioned voters back into the fold.
Demonstrators called for resisting Donald Trump, Rahm Emanuel’s resignation, and an elected Civilian Police Accountability Council.
Don’t believe the hype: Black lives still don’t matter to the president-elect.
Chicago fears the worst as Trump sweeps the nation.
Although black women were Hillary Clinton’s strongest block of support, in Chicago they expressed mixed feelings at the polls.
At the polls with Chicago’s anti-establishment southwest siders
Voters in Pilsen and Little Village cast ballots in an election marked by hateful rhetoric about immigrants.
A drama from Pride Films and Plays and Mike Daisey’s election monologue are among this week’s best bets.
The political revue combines comedy and journalism to examine the current election.
Also, Dennis Hastert appears to be the highest-ranking U.S. elected official to spend time behind bars.
Also, the police department hires an official to help implement reforms.