Are you a Howard Roark or an Ellsworth Toohey?
Recent comments exposed the city’s inferiority complex.
Mayor Rahm’s administration is slower than molasses when it comes to releasing key budget documents that tell us how much the city’s borrowed and how much he’s got hidden in his TIF slush fund.
In Tomorrowland, the Ocean’s Eleven star acknowledges the schoolboy fantasies underlying his star persona.
A mysterious, Ayn Rand-inspired billboard on the north side asks, “Who is John Galt?”
By appointing Bill Daley to his transition team, Governor-elect Rauner didn’t take long to demonstrate that it’s business as usual in the state of Illinois.
Newberry Book Fair celebrates three decades of selling rare lit.
Writers Theatre’s full-color Hedda Gabler puts the humanity back in Ibsen’s classic.
The Chicago artist reconciles the individual with the collective in his new show, “Independence.”
A review of the 2012 animated short
It’s a corrections bonanza at the New York Times lately.
Hurricane Sandy’s put it in a tight spot
A review of Lewis Black’s show at the new City Winery Chicago
The new veep candidate’s ideas on abortion and capitalism
The last in a three-part series on Adam Curtis’s essay film All Watched Over by Machines of Loving Grace