Anthony Janas makes sound art by sailing a boat, Fiesta del Sol celebrates ten years of its house-music festival, and more.
Prevent World War III, an 18th Street artwork that dates to the early 1980s, gets a new life thanks to a generous endowment.
Two longtime record collectors open Shady Rest in Pilsen, the neighborhood’s third new vinyl shop in a year.
Also, a former state champion wrestler coached by Dennis Hastert says he feels betrayed.
RIP Winnetka Section Eight voucher holder, Anthony Bourdain explores Chicago, a speculative history of Carmelo Anthony as a Bull, and more news.
Revisiting the old haunts of legendary 90s hardcore band Los Crudos provides a miniature history of gentrification and activism in Chicago.
Neighbors want affordable housing support to buffer rails-to-trails project.
Also, LCD Soundsystem, Radiohead, and the Red Hot Chili Peppers dominate Lollapalooza rumors.
It took Illinois house candidate Theresa Mah to bring Luis Gutierrez and Jesus Garcia back together.
The for-sale Pilsen SRO sees time running out under a city ordinance meant to preserve affordable housing.
VICE‘s rundown of Chicago restaurants, bars, and shops is a DON’T.
The jazz-folk prodigy plays a show for a good cause.
Plus: The Golden Horse Ranch Band hosts Haunted Honky Tonk Karaoke, and Gel Set scores “The Fall of the House of Usher.”
Guerrero’s prints, tours and murals in Pilsen and Humboldt Park melded the personal and political.
Two CPS teachers want to make ballet accessible to everyone.