Since 2010, the Hyde Park Art Center (5020 S. Cornell) has hosted “Ground Floor,” a biennial exhibition featuring work by “Chicago’s most promising emerging talent.” The show is assembled by an esteemed panel of judges including curators, educators, and artists, and it features work from artists who’ve graduated from one of Chicago’s five MFA programs […]
If you’re downtown and want a little lunchtime terpsichore, head over to the Daley Center Plaza (50 W. Washington) today at noon for a free hour-long performance by Ballet 5:8, a company, whose mission is “to engage communities in Chicago, the Midwest and across the nation in conversation of life and faith through innovative storytelling […]
From 5-7 PM, the Chicago Park District has organized a listening session seeking community dialogue about visions for Douglass Park. The park district’s Douglass Park Community Engagement Forum takes place this evening at the park’s field house (1401 S. Sacramento). This is an event for community input on imagining Douglass Park’s future. Maybe you have […]
Andrew Bird at Fourth Presbyterian Church, and more goings-on about town the week of December 11-14.
Eclipse viewing parties at the Adler Planetarium and more Chicago spots on August 21
Winter Wonderfest at Navy Pier, the art show “I Can’t Breathe,” and other events happening in Chicago from December 7-10
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Wednesday, March 12
V-Day Issue: Claire and Rufus Barner intend to leave Chicago a better place than they found it.
V-Day Issue: Eleanor Spiess-Ferris and Umberto Tosi are “male and female versions of the same creative spirit.”
V-Day Issue: Aay Preston-Myint and Colin Dickson’s first date “didn’t just have a third wheel, it had 20.”
You guys really built a gigantic hourglass on top of a building in Times Square for this?
It’s National Trivia Day. Don’t go crazy, now.
Pure Fiction: “Teen Jeopardy”
Chicago is a test site for the International Quizzing Association’s 2008 World Quizzing Championship this Saturday.
If only we named more schools after dead presidents. What?