Veteran DJ Vince Adams and nonagenarian bluesman Jimmy Johnson both took to livestreaming during the pandemic.
This week’s featured gig poster was created by Chicago illustrator and designer Ryan Duggan.
Complaints from the production team of His Shadow have opened a painful discussion for Berwyn’s 16th Street Theater and head Ann Filmer.
With a Democrat in the governor’s office, Metra expects to finally get an influx of cash—but will it be enough to make up for the years-long backlog?
A primer on pet-play fetishes. Plus: what do when your weed dealer pulls a Louis C.K., and more
Dan offers advice for losing it in middle age, handling potentially destructive secrets, and more.
Luana Lienhart says 30 percent of her clients don’t realize they’re in abusive relationships.
The new Second City E.T.C. revue and more goings-on 4/16-4/19.
Nell Scovell brings her fight to change the entertainment industry to Chicago next week.
Tidying things up at the end of year, Dan issues two DTMFAs, explains why a man might not want to French-kiss the mouth that just blew him, and more.
This dumb genre item misses a wide-open opportunity to issue a social critique.
Also, former governor Rod Blagojevich speaks about his time in prison.
Also, Illinois attorney general Lisa Madigan sues the city to enforce police reform.
Also, Heineken acquires the rest of Lagunitas Brewing Co.
Also, a kombucha bar is opening in Logan Square later this month.