The Reader turns 50 today, and we can’t think of a better way to celebrate our golden anniversary than by checking out some of the events that give our city (and surrounding areas) a cultural glow and make us happy to be here. Cheers! Fri 10/1: Fall is here and Pride has returned! This weekend […]
Bril Barrett and M.A.D.D. Rhythms celebrate and build on Chicago’s storied legacy of tap dance.
“The potential and the sadness and beauty of big empty spaces” inspires Lucky Plush’s The Map of Now.
In a year of loss, artists found momentum and took care.
“I’ve been on this journey to be able to present within the jazz community. . . . To be a union of creative beauty.”
Emmanuel Neal joins CHRP as interim managing director, but the founder’s comments on Black Lives Matter spark outrage.
In an industry decimated by distancing, dancers discover steps forward.
More than 200 artists bring 24 short “prayers for peace” to Englewood, Hermosa, and Austin this fall.
Tapmeisters unite at CHRP’s jubilant “JUBA!”