It’s been over two years since South Side debuted on Comedy Central and made many Black Chicagoans from the city laugh in a way that felt personal. Amongst the many […]
The thunder gets louder on the stand-up’s new special, Trampoline in a Ditch.
How she went from cracking jokes at church to touring with one of the world’s comedy giants to writing her own recipe for success.
The Comedy Central series offers a nuanced, and incredibly funny, depiction of Englewood you won’t see on the news.
In its freshman year, this ten-day comedy bacchanalia approaches improv from all angles.
In the new Amy Schumer comedy, the road to empowerment leads straight to the cash register.
The Daily Show With Trevor Noah wraps up a stint at the Athanaeum Theatre.
A pop-up gallery by The Daily Show enshrines the propaganda of the world’s most dangerous man.
Wicker Park Bucktown Fall Dinner Crawl, the Chicago Architecture Biennial’s “Sight Six,” and more happenings from September 25-28
The former Chicago improviser and Daily Show correspondent adds “yes, and” to “no, but” for his new show The Opposition With Jordan Klepper.
Also, the EPA approved Chicago’s dry ice method of killing rats.
Also, Chicago Public Schools still could close for the summer 20 days early.
Isaac Oliver, Cash Levy, and more happenings from June 27-30
The pair further the story of Serengeti’s alter ego, Kenny Dennis, a 50-something blue collar rapper with an increasingly absurd, detailed history.
On Nathan for You, now in its third season, Canadian comedian Nathan Fielder poses as an expert and helps small business owners revolutionize their fledgling concerns by coaching them to […]