His Onigiri Shuttle Kororin rolls to a stop next week—but he’ll be back.
Matthew Rachman Gallery documents the architectural creations of Chicago’s ultimate outsider artist.
For the first time in decades, Chicago has a say in who its treasurer will be. But what the hell does the treasurer even do?
After announcing that the pilot would end this week, the CTA is giving the route a reprieve
A pilot run seems to have fizzled, and Third Ward alderman Pat Dowell is arguing in favor of canceling the service.
The footage of Old Fashioned Days on South Michigan Avenue will become the centerpiece of a new documentary.
You’ll need as much assistance as the CAB provides to fully experience the Cultural Center show.
Chance the Rapper’s Magnificent Coloring Day, Seu Jorge, and more of the season’s best live music
For a quarter century, Jerri Zbiral and Alan Teller have been trying to figure out the identity of the photographer behind images from 1940s India.
A move to Chicago might be better for Mies van der Rohe’s modernist masterpiece.
Edo Belli’s mid-20th-century Cuneo Hospital complex is headed for destruction.
The author discusses his new book about Chicago’s postwar heyday.
A Chicago Sojourn says goodbye to Loyola’s Damen Hall.
László Moholy-Nagy’s 1930 experimental short “Lightplay: Black-White-Gray” screens at the Loyola University Museum of Art.
I agree with Blair Kamin that Mies van der Rohe’s Test Cell is ugly. Personally – and I am a rank, uncultured philistine as far as architecture goes – I’m not particularly fond of IIT or Mies van der Rohe, whose buildings I associate with fuck-you money and bureaucracy. Which I know is not his […]