Is satire allowed anymore? We’re living through a period which largely demands literality from art. We want to know where the author stands. Unambiguously, with no shade or contradiction. Satire, on the other hand, lives in the gray and attempts to get at larger truths. Christian TeBordo’s new novel is set unreservedly outside the bipolarity […]
The author takes a deep dive into the culture of the lifestyle and his personal connection to it.
“I’ve been on this journey to be able to present within the jazz community. . . . To be a union of creative beauty.”
Holle Thee Maxwell’s long career has taken her through several genres and across the world—but it’s never made her a star.
Dr. Charles Joseph Smith collaborated on his new video with filmmakers from Mississippi Records and Raw Music International.
In: a new Auditorium Theatre CEO; out: 16 board members, an associate dean, and the Joffrey Ballet
The underappreciated genius behind many of Funkadelic’s most famous album covers died last month after nine years in a nursing and rehab center.
Sci-Fi Spectacular movie marathon and more goings-on March 16-18
The ballet company will head for a new home in 2020, and the historic venue needs to figure out how to replace it.
City Lit Theater’s Books on the Chopping Block pop-up and other local events draw attention to the year’s most challenged works.
Louder Than a Bomb, the We Watch Wrestling podcast, Claudia Pop-Up dinner, and more happenings from March 10-12
Recent comments exposed the city’s inferiority complex.
As the All-Star break approaches, the team is currently the best in baseball. But for a diehard fan of nearly 60 years, a Cubs World Series wouldn’t change a thing.
Three hundred photos, many never seen before, depict the Chicago social movements of the 1950s and ’60s.
Rich Corpolongo, Doug Lofstrom, and Paul Wertico have all had long careers of their own, but they made something special together in 1981.