A Sun-Times reporter gathers the FBI’s files on the famous and infamous.
He’s fully recovered from the mild heart attack he suffered during last year’s world premiere.
A new book examines the local art and literature milieu in the early 20th century.
The star of the solo show, based on Ernest Hemingway, was ill and struggling to perform when director Robert Falls made the decision to call it off.
New reviews and notable screenings in this week’s issue
A recent Blu-Ray reissue of a Criterion Collection set features different cinematic interpretations of 1927’s “The Killers.”
Kokandy Productions presents an amiably bad production of Loving Repeating, Frank Galati and Stephene Flaherty’s chamber musical about Gertrude Stein.
Daniel Nearing’s Hogtown and Chicago Heights present a rich cast of characters.
The Chicago White Sox’s Paul Konerko goes on the seven-day disabled list with a concussion
Sun-Times sportswriters disagree on need for a euphemism for “pissed off”
How Ray Bradbury tried to redeem Hemingway’s death
Justin Anderson of the Bedford, Branch 27, and the forthcoming La Sirena Clandestina, makes an Asian Bloody Mary with muddled caviar
The Illinois House approved plans yesterday for a casino in Chicago, while senate president John Cullerton called Gov. Quinn “irrelevant” to the current budget process. Skokie Democrat rep. Lou Lang said Mayor Emanuel’s lobbying was “key” to the gambling bill’s passage. (Tribune) While Chicagoans were enjoying a warm day off, six people were killed and […]
A forgettable feast at a Hemingway-inspired haunt
Hubbard Inn opens in River North. Plus: Mac ’n’ cheese hits the road aboard the Southern’s new food truck.