Advice for these uncertain and anxious times
As the curtain falls on live performance, museums and performing arts groups scramble to adapt online.
The coronavirus pandemic was made worse by years of public health cuts.
You can still support artists and staff by buying merch and donating to fundraisers.
A new website aggregates restaurants still open for takeaway, delivery, and curbside service.
Only a few days before the travel ban, there seemed to be little concern about screening passengers at O’Hare for coronavirus.
Many organizations have decided to postpone or cancel public events in light of ongoing concerns about COVID-19. This is our running list of cancellations. We suggest you call ahead or otherwise confirm with the organizer that any event not listed as canceled is still on before heading out.
Where to find the latest information on how companies and venues are responding to the pandemic
Keep yourself company with these local podcasts and albums.
Chicago cultural institutions keep their cool.
As the threat of coronavirus looms, Paul Krugman dissects GOP talking points that refuse to die.