The Black Harvest Film Festival returns to the Film Center.
Aldermen call in the head of new Independent Police Review Authority for questioning.
Every time is a good time for an Eno quote.
Free outdoor screenings on Wednesday include The Great Debaters and Spider-Man 3.
Chicago Tribune is slashing 80 editorial jobs from its payroll.
TribCo is taking out loans to pay off loans.
The other important gas is twice as expensive this year.
So that’s why the CHA’s Plan for Transformation is taking so long.
The Trib follows the Sun and LAT in announcing layoffs.
More on Obama, Jarrett, and public-private housing.
Sky Full of Bacon’s Mike Gebert wrestles with his inner paparazzi.
Yet another writer casts a longing eye at Chicago’s power broker.
Goat cheese and wine tasting in Roscoe Village
The party Ben Byer planned for his film’s local premiere will go on despite his death.
Miss Frowny, Dan Bitney, DJ Damon Locks, and Greg Dalphond spin free tonight at Sonotheque.