A double-digit entrance fee at a Rogers Park pride festival violated city rules—and left many in the queer community feeling exploited and excluded.
This week’s featured gig poster was created for an outdoor food, drag, and music carnival by Paul Octavious and Aaron Lowell Denton.
Do uniformed police belong at Pride parades?
Yanira Castro, Meshell Ndegeocello, and Irene Hsiao create performance pieces for the at-home audience; Pride comes out of the closet with a new name.
Homolatte founder and longtime queercore scene staple Scott Free is releasing his first solo album in 12 years, The Last Revolution.
This year, queer performers dismantle digital boundaries while creating their own spaces.
Reunion Chicago, Slo ’Mo, and Open Television throw a three-night virtual Pride party, Brent Gutzeit of TV Pow assembles a massive compilation to benefit the fight for racial justice, and more.
Nick Alder and Rae Chardonnay Taylor of Party Noire get to fun by going through respect, safety, community, and empowerment.
There may have been rain on Sunday, but that didn’t stop the rainbows from taking over Marz Community Brewing for our Pride Block Party! Thanks to all who came out […]
Baltimore rapper TT the Artist brings her high-energy set to the Black queer space of Renaissance One on Thursday.
Chicago organizations that offer help, advice, and solidarity
Nineties concert series Homocore Chicago gave today’s queer punks a running start at the dramatically different hurdles they face.
Chicago drag mom Lucy Stoole uses a favorite vintage store to make a point about showing up for your community.
Chicago Is A Drag will include performers from across generations, neighborhoods, and performance styles.