The Apocryphals formed at Morton East High School in Cicero and released five singles before Mantegna left to pursue his burgeoning acting career.
Lili Trifilio and her indie-punk band have climbed from Chicago’s DIY scene to stages most musicians never reach, and their first studio album, Honeymoon, comes out just this week.
Inside the world of an academic game development program.
On her debut album, Chicago singer-songwriter Kaina takes strength from her favorite people: her friends and collaborators, her childhood mentors, her immigrant parents.
Chicago researchers are searching for a cure for ME, which is more widespread and serious than previously thought.
Chicago hip-hop mourns musician and designer Quincy ‘Q’ Easton Kelly, and Joyride Records throws its first plugged-in show.
Also, the EPA approved Chicago’s dry ice method of killing rats.
You’ve got a big chance to take this city in a different direction, Chicago—don’t mess it up.
With the appointment of Lou Bertuca to the ISFA, Governor Quinn gets one last chance to wave his middle finger in Mayor Rahm’s face.
DePaul basketball arena v. the Lincoln Avenue bus: The mayor spends hundreds of millions on a project nobody wants while saving peanuts, if anything, on bus line that thousands of seniors need.
Geoff Farina from Karate busts some new moves in the power trio Exit Verse, the Hood Internet throw a cookie party at the Hideout, and more.
What’s on the Reader’s Agenda for Thursday, September 11
The lawyer, lobbyist, and election official who seems to be in the middle of every major political deal in Chicago
Inspired by the log cabins and pizza pies of the Pacific northwest, Homeslice cozies into Lincoln Park.
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Friday, February 8, 2013.