So it seems that TribCo executives have dispatched lawyers, again, to grovel for more bonus money. Not sure what’s most infuriating about this:
In my ongoing effort to be fair and open-minded, I’m now going to try to make the case for continuing to give Mayor Daley unlimited control of everything in Chicago.
Spotted at the Sweet 16 of Mixology cocktail competition at Perennial: student and waitress Angela Gallo-Berkley in a 50s vintage dress she bought when she lived in Cincinnati.
Lower barriers to documentary filmmaking have ushered in a wave of artless enthusiasts.
Why is the mayor’s A team only now hitting the neighborhoods to pitch Chicagoans on the Olympic bid?
The Victory Gardens Theater production of David Harrower’s Blackbird, starring William L. Petersen and Mattie Hawkinson
The Collaboraction/Teatro Vista coproduction of Migdalia Cruz’s El Grito del Bronx, directed by Anthony Moseley and performed at the Goodman Theatre.
Critics’ Choices and other notable shows: Novalima and Issa Bagayogo, Jack-O & the Tennessee Tearjerkers, Obits, the Dead Weather, and more
A new crop of scrappy troupes is making opera accessible, for both audiences and aspiring singers.
How the new chefs are faring at Between Boutique Cafe & Lounge, Grocery Bistro, and La Tache Bistro & Bar
Burnham’s Intentions Re: “Daniel Burnham: The Man, the Myth, the Misrepresentations,” July 16 Your recent column on the two new pavilions [“Zaha Hadid’s Burnham Centennial Pavilion: A Big Aluminum Hot Potato?” by Deanna Isaacs] makes interesting points, but overlooks a key aspect: in radical design concepts, the architect has both a responsibility and a continued […]
Dan Savage gives some very important advice to an immodest young man, and more
Jazz Dance World Festival Through July 25 at the Harris Theater for Music and Dance
Grand Duchy, the Night Marchers, Junior Boys, and William Elliott Whitmore are highlights of this weekend’s Wicker Park Fest
Have you tried these Wicker Park/Bucktown restaurants yet?