Examining and altering our pandemic-induced substance habits nearly one year in
How to deal with addiction in isolation
Stand-up Mae Martin’s new series gets heavy, but there’s always a laugh waiting around the corner.
In physics, the term “refraction” refers to the deflection of a wave, such as light or sound, as it passes through a medium. It’s a phenomenon Sanction aim to replicate […]
Netflix satisfyingly sends off everyone’s favorite half-horse half-man.
Congo Square Theatre’s revival paints a vibrant portrait of Billie Holiday.
The 12-year-old theater company aims to “disarm” the stigma of mental illness through art.
Plus, drug maker Pfizer agrees to truth in opioid advertising.
The Chicago author/lawyer has two new books out this month and is running for appellate court judge.
Who does chef-memoirist-addict Brandon Baltzley think he is?
Is there a cure for Chicago’s crippling dependence on firearms?
Kathryn Born’s dystopian new novel, The Blue Kind, tracks a trio of immortal junkies
A caffeine newbie tries not to lose his mind as he navigates the wide world of coffee
Theater Wit stages Trainspotting U.S.A., based on Irvine Welsh’s novel about heroin addicts
Tasha’s tale: another west-side story