Looking for something to do this weekend and beyond? Here are some ideas for you. FRI 7/8 Ray Borchers’s “Coasting on None” opens tonight at T.F. Projects (1513 N. Western, […]
Upcoming events and recommendations for the next seven days
I think we can all agree the next year has got to be better.
Four places where relationships sunk
The Cool Kids hit Temperance to celebrate the tenth birthday of their first EP, an all-star Chicago crew plays Black Sabbath and Abba at the same Halloween show, and more.
Chicago Shakespeare’s Peter Pan and more goings-on 7/13-7/15
The Flaming Lips, Black Star, and George Clinton are among the big names at the Grant Park festival in July.
Also, Governor Bruce Rauner gets a new chief of staff from a high-profile conservative group following the tense budget battle.
Ai Weiwei documentary Never Sorry, Adults Night Out at Lincoln Park Zoo, and more happenings from July 3-6
Also, high water levels in Lake Michigan could shrink local beaches this summer.
Service Sanitation porta-potties have become a ubiquitous sight at Chicago music festivals. And even if you don’t think you want to, you’re about to learn about the business that put them there.
Monica Trinidad publicly accused Peter Nickeas of colluding with cops. Here’s what happened next.
Newly obtained video from Saturday’s demonstration calls into question CPD’s account of the events that led to Ja’Mal Green being charged with aggravated battery of an officer.
Also, Rahm’s “body man” is leaving City Hall for watch and leather goods company Shinola.
Chicago’s own Chance the Rapper dropped by the first day of the Taste of Chicago, joining Donnie Trumpet & the Social Experiment before the headlining set by the Roots.