Experimental troupe Kill All Comedy is now experimenting at the Hideout.
Kip Pasta spends anywhere between 100 and 300 hours on his elaborate wooden structures.
The Pivot Multi-Arts Festival debuts on the north side.
Previewing an experimental shorts program organized by Chicago Filmmakers
The upscale Indian restaurant, relocated to Andersonville, provides another option for imbibing.
The last week of farmer’s markets and plenty of fall harvest celebrations make up this week’s food and drink events
A look at heavenly Andersonville, whose new parklet makes it even heavenlier
What’s on the Agenda for Tuesday, June 21, 2012
Taste of Lebanon
Modernist dining and daring cocktails at Andersonville’s Premise
Highlights of Edgewater’s Fable Festival of plays
In-the-know Chicagoans tell the Reader what they’re watching, reading, and seeing
Logan Square voted best overall neighborhood
In early March, three weeks before it was to open, Lady Gregory’s (5254 N. Clark, 773-271-5050), a pub from Martin Cournane (Wilde Bar & Restaurant, Beckett’s Public House), was devastated by a fire that destroyed the entire newly furbished upstairs. (The kitchen, which is in the basement, was spared.) Now it’s set to open Monday, […]