Crisp but comfortable is key.
Don’t be fooled. The mayor isn’t gone yet, and neither are the problems he’s leaving behind.
The classic Smoking Popes lineup releases its first full-length in nearly two decades, not-quite-retired Chicago rapper E.C. Illa reissues two old Kanye collabs, and more.
Tickets go on sale Tuesday, September 25, for Red Bull Music’s sprawling November festival of concerts, showcases, and lectures.
And the 76-year-old Chicago educator, essayist, activist, and founder of Third World Press is as radical as ever.
You probably already know what you think of Kanye’s eighth album—if only because it’s recently become almost impossible not to have an opinion about Kanye himself.
A progressive income tax requiring folks like Kanye, Rauner and Pritzker to pay more won’t be on the ballot this fall.
Remember Obamacare, Kanye?
Towkio’s balloon trip to the stratosphere wasn’t just to promote his first album for Rick Rubin—the Chicago rapper also wants to talk about inspiration, perspective, and togetherness.
Pastor T.L. Barrett is beloved by music fanatics and rappers eager to sample throwback gospel; he also defrauded thousands, as the Reader reported in 1989.
Also, the history behind the name of Kim and Kanye’s new daughter, Chicago West.
Also, the Chicago Police Department discredits terrorism plot rumors.
A new exhibit of the Japanese artist’s work at the Museum of Contemporary Art is a dizzying depiction of the current cultural moment.
Ty Money’s new Cinco de Money 3 features the first appearance by Bump J since his release from prison last month.
The host and panelists of Pop Culture Happy Hour bring their live show to Chicago for the first time.