And it’s opening in its new digs on the Chicago River this weekend.
But you may want to stick to the $8 bread service.
You’ll need as much assistance as the CAB provides to fully experience the Cultural Center show.
The current edition of the festival poses two possible directions its organizers can take.
The Chicago Tribune‘s lease at 435 North Michigan ends in 2018.
This weekend we looked inside a former billboard factory in Ravenswood, Goose Island’s barrel warehouse, and other spots during the Chicago Architecture Foundation’s Open House Chicago.
Here’s an idea: State government and the paper should swap homes.
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Wednesday, July 24
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Monday, May 13
Howells & Hood fails the locavore test
Sarajevo and Chicago are the poles at each end of The Book of My Lives, Aleksandar Hemon’s new volume.
How Craigslist brought me out of the cold and into the Reader office.
A statue identified with Sam Zell disappears from the lobby of Tribune Tower.
Trib columnist John Kass makes snarky comments about bloggers, so we make snarky comments about him.
Phillip Foss, former chef at Lockwood now running the food truck Meatyballs Mobile, has a new shtick: bull’s ball sandwiches, available today outside the Tribune Tower.