On Fantasize Your Ghost, Macie Stewart and Sima Cunningham make their music a place of trust, discovery, and compassion.
The husband-and-wife creators of home decor are just plain wood lovers.
Kelly Caldwell makes a passionate case for living in Chicago’s south suburbs.
This week’s Chicagoan: exterminator Thaddeus Mazuchowski talks bedbugs, rats and roaches.
The annual art and design street party was rained on—but not rained out.
David Roth’s Evanston home links to his past with archival photos and a collection of analogue cameras used as decoration.
Nineteenth-century weirdness meets Hawaiian flair in Laura Moeller and Todd Hembrook’s Ukrainian Village apartment.
Record Store Day is a good day to remember that legendary early blues-and-jazz label Paramount was a subsidiary of a furniture company.
Trib columnist John Kass warns about crying, femininity, and other tragic consequences of forfeiting your man-chair rights.
Not a human cannonball so much as a human grenade