Upcoming events and recommendations for the next seven days
Also, a tour of DuSable Museum of African American History is now required for Chicago police recruits.
Irving Cutler, professor emeritus at Chicago State and author of The Jews of Chicago, looks back on local anti-Semitism
Literary Death Match with Audrey Niffenegger, Dan Bakkedahl returns to Second City, and more happenings from March 7-10.
Arguments and Grievances, Table Top Shakespeare, and more happenings from February 22-25.
A new exhibition at the Illinois Holocaust Museum shows everything new immigrants have left behind.
The second editon of the annual festival opens Saturday at Century 12/CineArts 6 in Evanston.
‘RACE: Are We So Different?’ opens at Illinois Holocaust Museum
The Art Institute’s “Architecture to Scale” shows works by Chicago bad-boy architect Stanley Tigerman and LA firm Zago Architecture.
A new exhibit at the Illinois Holocaust Museum shows off an extraordinary cache of autobiographical paintings by a German-Jewish refugee from the early 1940s.
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Wednesday, May 7
Two women who both went to the Soviet arctic and spent time on the deck of Exodus, though under completely different conditions, meet via Skype.
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Sunday, February 23
For pioneering photojournalist Ruth Gruber, words and pictures are tools to inspire others to act.
The architect will receive AIA Chicago’s Lifetime Achievement Award.