Footwork crews often end up as sideshows to DJs or rappers—but Chicago dancers the Era hope to change that with their first stage production.
An app hopes to bring Chicago’s public art to (digital) life.
Joshua Dumas, composer: “There are a lot of composers who can hear stuff in their mind’s ear, but I’m not one of them.”
Cartegram wants to bring urban explorers together.
Current obsessions of Reckless Records buyer Dave Hofer, Gigan guitarist Eric Hersemann, and the Reader‘s Luca Cimarusti
The 11-day Chicago Craft Beer Week struggles to keep up with the city’s wild craft-beer boom.
Rivet News Radio aims to spare listeners the clutter of the news.
Chicago Works is a new public service app that lets citizens make and track their 311 requests. Now if only I could get it to work . . .
Tracks improves the world for lazy music geeks.