The artist, animator, and self-proclaimed comedian touches on the personal and political with his “Digital Fables.”
Many in Chicago’s Hong Kong community share common concerns for the safety of loved ones back home.
Yum cha is fine at this rare tearoom outside of Chinatown, but it’s the Guangdong chef specials that are really worth investigating.
His first solo U.S. museum show explores optimism as characterized by the 1933 Chicago World’s Fair.
The 1933 Chicago World’s Fair, titled A Century of Progress International Exposition, was touted as a celebration of modern innovation, and its grand aspirations were not without merit. Even though it took place during the depths of the Great Depression, it was so successful that its run was extended into 1934. With these events serving […]
Ceremonial celebrations include lantern lighting and storytelling.
The masterpiece Life Without Principle and nine more greats screen from October through December.
FilmStruck showcases undercover cop films this week, with movies by Anthony Mann and Quentin Tarantino.
Also, Chicago is one of Amazon’s 20 finalists for its second North American headquarters.
On splattering the yolk of tyranny
Tony Hu is harboring a great pastry chef in Chinatown.
Dan on the brave new world of gender equality, plus boyfriends with femdom fantasies and asexual tendencies
In Johnnie To’s Drug War, the master of the violent showdown weaves a tapestry in code.
Aspiring inventor Dane Christianson has crafted a mutant Rubik’s Cube with a 3-D printer.
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