Now through Saturday, Logan Square Mutual Aid (LSMA) is looking for volunteers. Today and tomorrow, the group needs help calling or texting families to arrange the week’s food deliveries. Friday they’re looking for help sorting food and packing bags for Saturday’s drop-off (work shifts from 2-4 PM and/or 4-7 PM; work space at LSMA’s free […]
Another few days of summer weather for the next week will surely bring Chicagoans out and about! Be safe, have fun, and consider one of these options as you make your plans. Fri 9/10 (open run): Theater Wit had a huge hit in 2015 with Anne Washburn’s apocalyptic black comedy, Mr. Burns, a Post-Electric Play, […]
Upcoming events and recommendations for the next seven days
Upcoming events and recommendations from our listings coordinator
Cycling, sightseeing, and snacking from Rogers Park to Edison Park, Mount Greenwood to Hegewisch
This week’s featured historical gig poster was created by former Chicago artist Rob Schwager, aka Trucker.
Dave Shelton didn’t just found the legendary Medusa’s—he also helped everyone in his orbit shine like a star.
This week’s featured gig poster was designed by DJ M. Sylvia using visual elements from Andrew Panahon and Tima Fei.
How a doughnut-shop parking lot became a confluence of Chicago youth subcultures—and what killed it off
In the Ricketts family, Tom Tunney has the best enemies an alderman seeking reelection could have.
It’s spiffed up, but at its heart it remains a 4 AM haven for those in need.
Otherworld Theatre makes a lackluster debut in its new space.
The Boystown storefront excels at scorched rice, savory pancakes, and pork-and-kimchi stew.
The new fine-dining annex to Schubas Tavern brings home a Trotter’s vet with stunning results.
The Randolph Street restaurant is a reunion of sorts for the celebrity chefs, but it’s in some ways also a rebirth.