A sinkhole on 49th Street shows that Chicago’s just not ready to host the Olympics.
Deadpan comic Steven Wright is back in Chicago for the first time in three years.
Words of wisdom from a webcomic
Great free-jazz saxophonist David S. Ware, who was in danger of dying of kidney failure six months ago, has undergone a successful transplant.
The Art Institute celebrates the opening of the new Modern Wing with opening-day festivities and a week of free admission.
Masaki Kobayashi’s ten-hour WWII epic “The Human Condition” opens tonight at Film Center. Would you trust a movie about the human condition that wasn’t at least five or six hours?
A group of Chicago chefs travel to Michigan to make cheese
Ten restaurants with superior beer lists
NEA chair nominee Rocco Landesman once dabbled in off-Loop theater.
5/18 — Free DiGiorno Flatbread melts at Pioneer Plaza from 10 AM-3 PM
Free shows at both Reggie’s venues put on by Columbia College’s Arts, Entertainment & Media Management Program
This week’s public hearing on wind turbines in Wisconsin lasted close to nine hours.
More and more aldermen say they’re frustrated with the way the Daley administration does business. Some even think somebody should do something about it. Meanwhile, the Dumpster tax has passed.