J.B. Pritzker and Daniel Biss both say the 1997 law needs to go.
With the help of Eve Ewing, Nate Marshall, and Jamila and Ayanna Woods, the performance collective creates an immersive audiovisual event out of the poet’s life story.
A new grassroots coalition is mobilizing in the face of rising rents and no-cause evictions.
The Great Books institution makes a move to North Central College.
The local artist is the subject of a new exhibit at the MCA.
The Wall of Respect is gone, but its impact shouldn’t be forgotten.
As a house drummer for Chess Records in the late 60s, Morris Jennings kicked off a five-decade career that never brought him into the spotlight himself.
A new study recommends ways to break down the barriers to Chicago’s bike-share program.
Cultural historians, ragtime pianist Reginald Robinson, and the Illinois Humanities Council resurrect Chicago’s Pekin Theatre, which opened at 27th and South State in 1904.
Feast your eyes at these spaces outside the downtown area.
How conservatives preempted rent control before the public was ready to talk about it.
Also, an auto parts maker is opening a south-side plant that will create about 300 new jobs.
With The Way to Andina, Arlen Parsa records his journey from filmmaker to musical impresario.
Our Miss Brooks 100 is a yearlong celebration of the great poet of Bronzeville.
Also, Puerto Rican nationalist Oscar Lopez Rivera is getting an honorary street sign in Humboldt Park.