Over at the Graham Foundation, a retrospective of the work of Iraqi architect Rifat Chadirji is an unlikely and unintentional companion piece to the Art Institute’s “Moholy-Nagy: Future Present.”
A new exhibition at the Illinois Holocaust Museum shows everything new immigrants have left behind.
Since coming to the U.S. from Iraq, Othman Al Ani has been asked, “Are you related to Osama bin Laden?”
The Goodman Theatre’s 21st-century revival retrieves Brigadoon from the misty past.
Let the movies show Iraq’s Maliki what a great man he could be.
Has ISIS helped America and Iran to make up?
The Neo-Futurists’ new The Sovereign Statement show starts out well, then confuses itself.
The press has been as hard on Obama’s stance on Syria as the public.
In Hope Meadows, a common purpose for residents—caring for each other—leads to real integration
Human Rights Watch Film Festival at Gene Siskel Film Center
While the nation wonders what led to the slaying of 19 Afghans, action-packed war memoirs are flying off the shelves.
The Committee to Protect Journalists reports at least 43 journalists worldwide were killed this year because of their work.
Good war news, bad war news
The year in Chicago history via the pages of the Reader
The new multimedia exhibit Conflict Zone featured in this week’s Reader’s culture section is a testament to the gritty and somber reality of war, but also to the fact that […]