Officer Nicholas Jovanovich now faces firing as a result of the 2020 incident, in which he knocked out an activist’s tooth and seized her cell phone.
I think we can all agree the next year has got to be better.
In September 1918, the park hosted an exposition to drum up civilian support for the war effort.
Douglas, Union, and Grant Parks have served as valued community centers for Chicago since the mid-1800s. Today, all three parks host thousands of attendees for popular private music festivals—Lyrical Lemonade […]
Lollapalooza brought the big names on its 2019 lineup, but could it do more to engage the Chicago fans and artists who make this such a great city for music?
This year’s headliners include Ariana Grande, Childish Gambino, and Twenty One Pilots—but to get tickets, you have to pay a company owned by Live Nation, which remains an undefined part of the Lincoln Yards development.
Students across the city plan to leave class and gather in Grant Park Friday to protest gun violence.
The Weeknd, Bruno Mars, Jack White, and the Arctic Monkeys headline the massive Grant Park festival in August.
Snowtrekking at Northerly Island, pajama brunch at Carnivale, and more goings-on the weekend of 1/5-1/7
Quid pro quo is the city’s MO—and we’ve come to like it in a sadomasochistic way.
Steve Martin and Martin Short at the Chicago Theatre, and more happenings from October 6-8
Garage rocker Mac Blackout hangs his cosmic caricatures at Ampersand’s first art show, raunchy rapper Cupcakke hits an all-building party at Metro and Smart Bar, and more.
Ai Weiwei documentary Never Sorry, Adults Night Out at Lincoln Park Zoo, and more happenings from July 3-6
Also, high water levels in Lake Michigan could shrink local beaches this summer.
The local rap hero is one of the few bright spots on an otherwise anemic Lollapalooza lineup that also includes Lorde, Migos, the XX, Run the Jewels, and, um, Liam Gallagher.