The current edition of the festival poses two possible directions its organizers can take.
Also, 12 museums are offering free admission for CPS students this week.
Founded by Chicago-based poets Eve L. Ewing and Nate Marshall, the Chicago Poetry Block Party proves that “poetry is not a luxury.”
At the Humanities Fest, three museum directors and curators discuss how to navigate a changing culture.
With “Memoria Presente: An Artistic Journey,” the institution proudly and vibrantly celebrates its 30th anniversary.
CHI PRC celebrates Chicago’s rich history of punk and hardcore, supporters of the Standing Rock Sioux hold a march and fund-raiser in Pilsen, and more.
Fun Home, Handmade Market Chicago, and more happenings from November 11-13.
Day of the Dead Chicago, Little Bash of Horrors, and more happenings from October 28-30
A ghoulish brunch, a costume parade, and more spooky things to do
The attic of Nick Marzullo’s Humboldt Park apartment is sticker heaven.
Elena Poniatowska speaks in Chicago after winning Cervantes Prize.
What’s on the Reader Agenda for Friday, September 13
What’s on the Reader’s Agenda for Tuesday, April 2, 2013
Chicagoans recommend an underground zine, a place for expression, and the secret to genius.
A tour of the National Museum of Mexican Art with guard supervisor Alejandro Alvarado