Nora Twomey’s superb animated feature returns to Chicago for a weeklong run at the Gene Siskel Film Center.
Also, Chicago will comply with a Department of Justice request for immigration documents.
A major survey of the Iraqi-American, Chicago-based artist finally arrives.
George Brant scores a direct hit with Grounded, his one-woman play.
The deal to free Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl for five Taliban kingpins involves far more than an either/or choice.
Peter Berg’s Lone Survivor humanizes navy SEALs and natives alike.
Mayor Daley is going back to college, taking a public policy post at the University of Chicago. (Tribune) The international community is watching the Chicago-based trial of Tahawwur Rana, a local man accused of helping orchestrate the 2008 terrorist attack in Mumbai. (Tribune) More severe weather like the tornado that killed more than 100 people […]
Who can trust the Pakistanis?
Chicagoans pay an average of $4.27 a gallon, giving our fair city the highest gas prices in the country. Meanwhile, President Obama put a task force to work to root out any fraud or manipulation in the oil markets. (Fox Chicago News) While it doesn’t ease the pain of catching a car door, the state […]
New reviews and notable screenings in this week’s issue.