Hip-hop has welcomed a platoon of talented emerging artists over the past five years or so, but few exhibit their love for the art of rapping quite like North Carolina’s […]
This weekend Alabama transplant KC Ortiz performs at a showcase hosted by local label Futurehood, which supports gay and trans musicians of color.
Psalm One, Akenya, Sisi Dior, Chimeka, and Mother Nature talk about sisterhood, mutual support, and the pernicious notion that hip-hop has room for only one female star at a time.
In this week’s Food & Drink: the Sodfather, the Florentine, Paul Virant of Vie takes our Key Ingredient chef challenge of spirulina, and the latest openings and closings.
Belgium comes to West Town, Patty’s Diner closes, and more
Restaurants offering Thanksgiving dinner—to stay or to go
A dozen dinner deals
Chicago restaurants are lining up to raise funds for relief in Haiti from January 18-24.
The results of the Baconfest Pro Cookoff are in.
Tickets for Baconfest Chicago’s Pro Bacon Cookoff at the Publican go on sale at noon today.
Arctic char from a remote Inuit fishing village in northern Canada’s Nunavut territory started turning up last month on the menus of half the trendy restaurants in Chicago. And if […]
An underground fund-raiser, a Father’s Day pig roast, the first culinary bike tour by Fork and the Road, an absinthe tasting, and more.
Restaurant listings are culled from the Reader Restaurant Finder, an online database of more than 4,200 Chicago-area restaurants. Restaurants are reviewed by staff, contributors, and (where noted) individual Reader Restaurant […]
Four new reviews in this week’s Food & Drink