Somehow we’ve elected a Joe Exotic as president of the United States.
The Last Week Tonight host tells the world what Chicagoans have known for years: cities are wasting billions on corporate welfare in the name of “jobs, jobs, jobs.”
TruTV host Adam Conover is debunking myths about politics during his Adam Ruins Everything Live tour.
But they didn’t pay the athlete her due when they ID’ed her on Twitter as merely the wife of a Chicago Bear.
Last Week Tonight hilariously skewers the former Tribune Publishing.
Alex Chilton Birthday Bash, the Moth StorySlam, and other happenings in Chicago from December 28-31
We didn’t watch it all—but here’s the best of what we did watch.
But he’s still at his best away from it.
John Oliver, briefly host of The Daily Show, is the perfect person to critique the insane world of American politics.
Highlights of the fourth annual Just for Laughs comedy fest
Rod Blagojevich makes a surprise appearance on the Daily Show.
* John Oliver, Saturday, Lakeshore Theater. I already have a Critic’s Choice in the paper this week for the Daily Show star, but just wanted to add that The Department, his BBC radio series with Chris Addison (star of In the Loop) and Andy Zaltzman (who does “The Bugle,” a Times of London podcast with […]