Chicago designer Sheila Rashid makes unisex clothes that give people the freedom to define themselves.
These five films prove that sci-fi can thrive without big budgets.
A Toto show in the Chicago suburbs has become my dad’s “wake before he sleeps,” now that he’s been diagnosed with a rare terminal cancer.
Chicago guitarist Rob Scallon almost never plays live, but his frequently goofy YouTube videos have earned him an audience of millions.
The new series on wrongful convictions highlights cases that aren’t representative of wider prison demographics.
The stand-up headlines the upcoming Comedy Exposition.
Progressives now have no one adversary of sufficient skill and smarts to galvanize them.
Jessica Michelle Singleton, Lisa Curry, and Dana Moon film their 15-city tour for a new docuseries, Road Kill Comedy.
The New Zealand comedians star in What We Do in the Shadows, a vampire mockumentary.
A lot has changed since the last time MTV filmed its reality show in the city.
The awards show celebrates music videos as a pretense, and in the process it insults the medium.
Amy Pascale manages to strike a balance between fan and biographer in Joss Whedon: The Biography.
Everything Is Terrible! is collaborating with the likes of MTV and Fox, but its core mission—to be as weird as possible—holds true.
A new season promises a “darker” side of deceiving people on the Internet.
Boots Riley of the Coup lays some truth on straightedge Chicago party rapper ShowYouSuck.