Saturday at Metro, actor Michael Shannon joined Sons of the Silent Age for yet another demonstration of the lasting impact of Bowie’s work.
Also, the Blackhawks allowed Bryan Bickell to retire as a Blackhawk with a one-day contract.
Also, Illinois attorney general Lisa Madigan sues the city to enforce police reform.
A Toto show in the Chicago suburbs has become my dad’s “wake before he sleeps,” now that he’s been diagnosed with a rare terminal cancer.
Also, Pat Quinn returns to the state capitol for the unveiling of his official portrait.
Also, a CNBC host and entrepreneur has purchased a majority stake in Bow Truss coffee.
Forty-seven years after Harvey Mandel played Woodstock with Canned Heat, Snake Pit could be the record that finally gets the guitarist his due.
Also, Chicago Public Schools might cancel finals if the teachers strike.
Doctors statewide have been reluctant to prescribe medical marijuana—even to patients battling serious illnesses.
Trapped in a failing body, a single white female twentysomething cancer patient joins Tinder.
Andersonville’s Dispensary 33 hires patients to help others navigate the new rules.
But then Chasing Life ended up doing anything but.
Dan Savage on closeted poly folks, exes and open relationships, and a threeway-or the-highway fiance.
Risk isn’t necessarily newsworthy.
Andrew Bird talks to Brett and Rennie Sparks of the Handsome Family.