The dangers of delving too deep
Chicagoans recommend an on-point gallery, a local lit gem, and an old-school barbershop
A lecture series on the history of the local candy industry, a contest to “create Dunkin’s next donut,” a wine tasting and buffet at Marie’s Pizza and Liquors, and more.
Part of “On TV, Off TV,” on display at Packer Schopf Gallery
“Chicago is home to what might be the greatest collection of outdoor stone carving in urban America. Few know it exists. And now the government is wiping much of it out.” At his site Interesting Ideas, William Swislow has an online archive of stone carvings along the city’s lakefront – many of the pictures taken […]
Brian Dettmer’s sculpted encyclopedias, at Packer Schopf.
What happened after Jay Whittaker complained to the Trib about how he gets paid at Chicago Shakespeare Theater