“Endangered Treasures,” a fund-raiser for the Chicago History Museum’s collection of antique recipes, takes place this Friday.
The mayor calls for Imus’s job, Eric Zorn fears the mob, and more I-Man updates.
The Chicago Film Critics Association lobbies 20th Century Fox for evenhanded treatment of its members.
The results of the referendum on the big-box “living wage” ordinance show that a lot of voters are of two minds.
James Jackson Toth (aka Wooden Wand) tells the press to get their facts straight.
Mexican singer Julieta Venegas keeps her music sunny.
A surgeon speaks, Shanahan dances, and more.
La Quercia brand guanciale is to be savored, worshipped, and hoarded.
Buy, play, throw away. Repeat until planet is full.
Johnny Hart was nasty but funny.
Mia and Ronan Farrow take Steven Spielberg to task for his role in planning the 2008 Olympics in China.
The Tribune blames the computer for bad reporting.
Redman appearance in Wicker Park this Wednesday
Old-school flamenco guitarist Pedro Soler makes his Chicago debut.
Jesse Jackson takes on racist hack Don Imus.