Chicago Tap Theatre and JC Brooks team up for a new show with a 90s beat.
Cinema Slapdown, First Tuesdays with Mick and Ben, Gender Breakdown, and more happenings from March 6-9.
The Hideout isn’t having a full-blown Block Party this year, but you can still see Eleventh Dream Day, Kelly Hogan, the Lawrence Peters Outfit, Robbie Fulks, the JC Brooks Band, Devil in a Woodpile, the reunited Mr. Rudy Day, and many more.
Produced by the city Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events, this free program celebrating the city’s creativity is Chicago’s version of the Kennedy Center Awards. Like last year’s rousing inaugural event, it will honor five stalwarts of the local arts scene, selected by DCASE and members of the mayor’s Cultural Advisory Council. The 2015 […]
On the occasion of the label’s 20th birthday party, cofounders Rob Miller and Nan Warshaw talk about diversifying their roster, surviving the collapse of album sales, and not getting rich.
Go uptown with Bilal, get sweaty with Die Kreuzen, take a trip with Chance the Rapper—the weekend’s full of great live music, as always.
Fish Out of Water, Ky Dickens, Vanderbilt, bible, coming out, sorority, documentary, DVD, First Run Features, Lincoln Hall, JC Brooks, Cameron Esposito, Kristen Kaza, Kaki King, Rita J, Lady Tajima Hall, Erik Roldan, Butch Cassidy.