Bridgeport is finally getting a bookstore. At the moment, neighborhood residents like myself have to travel to Pilsen or Hyde Park to get our fix. But a month or two from now, we’ll be able to walk into a store on Halsted stocked with some 60,000 hardcovers and paperbacks, on every subject imaginable. I can’t […]
Artist Kelly Kristin Jones examines contested monuments and white supremacy with her art
Bridgeport DIY house Rancho Huevos nurtured an antiauthoritarian community for nearly two decades. Now it stands vacant and slated for demolition.
Marz Community Brewing’s nonalcoholic drinks are just as wild as its beers.
This week’s featured gig poster was designed by local artist and musician Calvin Fredrickson.
A roundup of art events happening this weekend
Bridgeport and Humboldt Park have spicy spring chickens to boast of.
They may have little name recognition and no campaign funds, but the regular people running for mayor are committed to making the city thrive.
Joyride Records leaves Ukrainian Village, destination unknown; the original Mannequin Men reunite to celebrate the band’s 15th anniversary; and more.
After announcing that the pilot would end this week, the CTA is giving the route a reprieve
A pilot run seems to have fizzled, and Third Ward alderman Pat Dowell is arguing in favor of canceling the service.
Kitchen has brought Punk Rock and Donuts to CPL and book talk to Lumpen Radio.
A Place by Damao is a Sichuan joint unlike any other.
A new group show at Zhou B has something to admire, despite what’s on display.
Mount Bridgeport and the surrounding land offer a needed escape.