Artists, writers, musicians, academics, activists, and politicians—even Rahm!—weigh in on the new administration: the threats, the fears, the absurdity.
The JCC Chicago Jewish Film Festival is hosting the final screening in the foreseeable future this Saturday.
Two very different trailers just came out: one for fancy dinner, one for a maker of comfy breakfast.
As the West Loop becomes a family neighborhood that could use an old-school diner, Lou Mitchell’s starts serving dinner.
I ate it all.
Pecking Order, the Savoy, Telegraph, and others say good-bye.
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Saturday, June 7
Things that are happening, from pie talk on stage to art coming down from the walls to be eaten
Breakfast Queen Ina Pinkney developed this recipe for a Mexican avocado growers’ association.
Culinary icons from Paul Kahan to Rick Bayless, Grant Achatz to Matthias Merges, Ina Pinkney to Homaro Cantu have forged unlikely relationships with brands such as Nestlé, Kraft, and Lean Cuisine. The results might surprise you.
A Q&A with the creator of Heavenly Hots
Hatch chiles, Ina, Marie’s, and more
The restaurant scene is losing its Jewish grandmother.
Berry dinners, garden tours, wine classes, and more.
The Green Chicago Restaurant Co-op has released its inaugural list of area restaurants that are certified green.