“There’s a satisfaction in knowing that our work will survive us by generations. That’s something that makes the hair on the back of my neck stand up.” Pipe organ conservator […]
By showing love to potential stars as well as certified sensations, hip-hop outlet Lyrical Lemonade has built a community alongside its brand.
West-side native DJ Oreo throws himself a birthday party at East Room on Sunday that doubles as an informal turntable battle with his best friend—and then he hits the road with Lil Yachty.
New music and a film screening from Willis Earl Beal, swords-and-scorcery stories by heavy-metal heroes, and more
Starting in mid-June the historic Portage Park theater is back in business.
The Silent Film Society of Chicago finds shelter at the Patio for a screening of Chaplin’s The Kid accompanied by a live orchestra.
The final installment of a three-part series on notable repertory screenings of 2013
The first in a three-part series on Chicago’s best repertory film screenings of 2013
Another chapter in the saga of Chicago’s migrating classic film society and a beautiful and beleaguered old movie palace.
After near extinction, the film society and movie palace have found happiness together.
New reviews and notable screenings in this week’s issue
Weekly Top Five: Otto Preminger
It’s a bloody mess.
The Portage and Patio theaters may be closing, but screenings go on for the Northwest Chicago Film Society.
A summary of new releases and major revival screenings for the week of April 26 – May 2.