Before the pandemic shuttered strip clubs, dancers were fighting exploitation and moving their work online.
A roundup of art events happening this weekend
“We had no real choice,” says an orchestra member.
The UIC prof and former factory worker has no nostalgia for the days of middle-class manufacturing jobs.
Stars may not seem to be working, but they are—and that’s the tragedy of this new film.
Even Mayor 1 Percent is backpedaling away from his earlier support of charter schools and his refusal to
In her first year as a first-grade teacher, this rookie’s facing $40,000 in student-loan debt and an underfunded classroom filled with needy children.
What if Illinois workers responded to austerity measures the way French workers did this week?
Soups, Stews, and Casseroles: 1976 is as much about 2016 as it is about the bicentennial.
Also, Trump Tower brought over foreign students under J-1 visa program that Trump has promised to ban.
“Thousands of Chicagoans will be looking for a ride to work, so We Need YOU to help us move Chicago,” the company wrote in an email.
David Royko drove a cab and an Uber—and disliked both.
Toni Preckwinkle and other potential challengers lag far behind Emanuel in raising money.
Chicago Public Media hopes to protect its spirit and reach a consensus without splitting into factions.
As contract negotiations drag on, UIC United Faculty hosts a teach-in—and contemplates a walkout.