How did Germany react to its World Cup victory over Brazil?
The only certainty in the future of artist Jaume Plensa’s Crown Fountain is change.
The International Voices Project offers free staged readings of cutting-edge plays from around the world.
Moviegoers will check in to The Grand Budapest Hotel, but they should check out The Missing Picture.
The Nazis’ sophisticated propaganda machine, artists’ reactions to the 2008 financial crisis: Two new exhibits of political history, then and now.
What’s going down in visual arts this weekend
With “Operetta in Exile,” Chicago Folks Operetta celebrates composers and librettists whose livelihoods—and lives—were threatened by Nazism.
The Donald E. Stephens Museum of Hummels in Rosemont houses over 4,000 miniature ceramic sculptures.
Theaster Gates’s 12 Ballads for Huguenot House goes on display at the Museum of Contemporary Art.
Christine Mary Dunford adapts Still Alice, Lisa Genova’s novel about early-onset Alzheimer’s, to the stage.
Weekly top five: informal trilogies
What’s on the Reader’s Agenda for Friday, March 22, 2013
All our economic woes could be solved if Greece beats Germany at Euro 2012 today
The year’s contenders open for a theatrical run at Landmark’s Century Centre.
Dinner for One, a (German) New Year’s Eve tradition