And it’s a voice the rest of the world needs to hear.
Do millennials get Seinfeld?
A Chicago high school history teacher’s “club about nothing” aims to pass down an appreciation of the 90s TV phenomenon to the next generation.
Candide, Gidion’s Knot, and ten more stage shows to see now
A revamped version of Leonard Bernstein’s operetta and a taut, intense two-hander are among this week’s best bets.
That black cloud hanging over Trump’s inauguration? Not just rain.
President Trump enters office as counterintelligence investigations into his campaign’s ties to the Russians heat up.
Jason Vincent goes big at Giant
After a break, the former Nightwood chef is doing huge things in a little Logan Square spot.
Cameron Esposito, Seinfeld trivia, and more things to do this week
Winter Wonderfest at Navy Pier, the art show “I Can’t Breathe,” and other events happening in Chicago from December 7-10
Seinfeld in a car, doing what he pleases
Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee is mostly Jerry Seinfeld driving vintage cars and living the life. And we should all be fine with that.
A newish YouTube channel for women is less trashy, less fun
WIGS: It’s no Lifetime
Do I have Kramer living above me?
Shower-man, my latest upstairs neighbor, cannot be called very environmentally aware.
Because “transfer accelerator” sounds more sophisticated in Dutch
The Dutch city of Utrecht recently installed a “transfer accelerator” at its Overvecht railway station. The slide is meant to be both a speedier way to reach the train and a playful addition to the city’s landscape.
Tracy Letts on The Interview Show
Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright/actor Tracy Letts stopped by “The Interview Show,” hosted by Mark Bazer, to discuss “August: Osage County,” Steppenwolf Theatre, the Festivus episode of “Seinfeld” and Profiles Theatre’s revival of his first play, “Killer Joe,” now playing at the Royal George Theatre in Chicago. Watch below: (The next “Interview Show” is July 9, at […]