Predicting outrage over CTA ads for Tucker Max’s new movie.
This year’s Chicago Gay and Lesbian Hall of Fame inductees include leading figures in the arts, media, and medicine, as well as poltics and community activism.
Saints board reverses its controversial ban on a longtime member without addressing the issues that it raised.
This is a terrible time to leave town — when the fate of the Sun-Times, the paper where I once worked and think of as close to an alma mater, […]
Kanye becomes a hero to the online troll community.
What books arehot in Chicago this week, culled from the lists of various local booksellers.
Pavement reunion rumors have been going around for about ten years now, or since the band was in the midst of its long, drawn-out, and passive-aggressive breakup. So far none […]
Venezuelan expats Los Amigos Invisibles add another layer of slick to their already disposable neo-disco.
Steppenwolf Theatre’s fundraiser takes supporters “Behind the Curtain.”
This weekend Dan Mihalopoulos wrote a long political analysis of a Tribune poll that found Mayor Daley’s approval ratings at an all-time low of 35%. It’s a very good piece, […]
How the textile industry decides what you’re going to wear this year.
John Krasinski’s adaptation of David Foster Wallace’s Brief Interviews With Hideous Man screens Thursday 9/17 at the Wit.
Lauren, a quilt by Luke Haynes, part of the show Quilted Portraits and Stitched Scenes, on display at 360See, 1924 N. Damen, 773-698-6340.
One of my favorite series at the Toronto International Film Festival is Dialogues: Talking With Pictures, in which directors presenting their own work at the festival take time for a […]
Newspaper Guild members from the Sun-Times met Tuesday night and by virtually a 4 to 1 margin rejected a package of concessions they’d been told they’d have to make it […]