Billed as a genre-defying murder mystery, the only thing this tone-deaf pastiche-fest defies is a reason to be seen.
The former SNL cast member, now Older and Wider, looks back on life post-Pat.
Also, Chance the Rapper scores another hit with Saturday Night Live Boyz II Men spoof ballad “Come Back, Barack.”
Whether you’re into nude cycling or peculiar musical gizmos, there’s no shortage of happenings this weekend. (And, hey, there’s always Blues Fest!) Fri 6/9-Sat 6/10: The interactive game show Science Night at the Steppenwolf Theatre (1650 N. Halsted) gives participants an idea of what it’s like to be a real scientist by asking them to complete middle-school science […]
Cecily Strong takes a Saturday off from SNL at Rainbo, freestyle rap legend Juice drops a brand-new album for Christmas, and more.
A new feature from the SNL crew brings back the bad old days of Porky’s
Highlights from the filmography of Christopher Lee
iO leaves behind two decades of history as it moves to founder Charna Halpern’s “dream theater.”
Locals at the ground floor of Chicago’s stand-up scene launch the Comedy Exposition to help replace the absent Just for Laughs.
SNL alumnus Rob Riley and coconspirator Domenic Bucci cut a novelty record about the 1979 blizzard.
SNL ensemble members perform as Knuckleheads at Up Comedy Club for Just for Laughs.
Let Them Eat Chaos, the new Second City revue, lacks wack.
The Atlantic gets a little too fucking precious when it tries placing @MayorEmanuel in a broader literary context.
For a second Jennifer Lopez and Smash Mouth somehow become relevant again.
The Lonely Island’s semi-lost debut