Cartoonist Johnny Sampson finally got his dream job at MAD magazine. Now he’s one of the only artists keeping the legendary publication going.
The billionaire tech mogul has hired employees of the Chicago-based media company to create a comedy project.
Michael Keaton stars in this biopic of the man who made McDonald’s.
The satirical website Clickhole presents a variety show from the minds of its staff.
Plus, drug maker Pfizer agrees to truth in opioid advertising.
Orange Is the New Black returns with a fourth season that fails its feminist sensibilities.
An endless meet-cute and an off-key farce are among this week’s notables.
Also, Navy Pier gets a Ferris wheel upgrade, and advice for Rahm Emanuel from another (formerly) beleaguered mayor.
New reviews and notable screeenings in this week’s issue
In its first year of existence, the Chicago-based Onion spin-off Clickhole has become the smartest, funniest, and most absurd thing on the Internet—precisely by lampooning the Internet’s absurdity. Share if you agree!
Inkwell crossword creator Ben Tausig says a fond farewell to loyal solvers.
A running joke takes on new life as a band name.
A modest proposal for a serious problem
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