The story behind some luscious French Revolution-era costumes
Robert Feder, longtime radio-TV writer for the Sun-Times, is ending a year’s retirement to blog on media for vocalo.org. A spokesman for Chicago Public Radio says Feder is the first […]
Beacon, an oil on wood painting by Marilyn Propp, part of Roadtrips and Shadowplay, a show with David Jones opening Thu 10/22, 5-7 PM, at the Robert Morris College State […]
A look at the cast of characters running for the obscure but critical office of Cook County assessor
Love hurts for Romain Duris and Charlotte Gainsbourg in Patrice Chéreau’s “Persecution,” screening Wednesday 10/21 in the Chicago International Film Festival.
Last chances to see Joffrey Ballet’s Othello.
Every couple years I happen to be on Lake Shore Drive wondering why there are a bunch of lighted-up boats on the lake, and then I remember that it’s Venetian […]
News item: “Apple’s Profit Climbs 47% as Sales Gain” News item: “Apple introduces Magic Mouse — the world’s first multi-touch mouse. It was just a matter of time, I guess, […]
A Greater Midwest Foodways Aliiance symposium on beef.
Learn how to get the most out of your wardrobe and shop local designers at Pretty in Pilsen tonight.
Following this year’s awards, the Chicago International Film Festival has announced its “Best of the Fest” encore screenings, all taking place Wednesday, October 21, at River East 21, 322 E. […]
Anita Alvarez, David Protess, National Review, Robert VerBruggen, Medill Innocence Project, Anthony McKinney, Chicago Tribune, Governor Rick Perry, Cameron Willingham
Could lead abatement lead to declines in urban crime? It’s a theory that’s been kicking around for awhile.
On Saturday the Chicago International Film Festival handed out its annual awards. The envelope, please . . .
The new documentary “One Fast Move or I’m Gone: Kerouac’s Big Sur” screens Tuesday 10/20 at Webster Place.