Part of “Dazzling Colors: The Evolution of Plains Reservation Art,” on display at the Mitchell Museum of the American Indian
Part of “Saints and Sinners,” on display at Eyeporium Gallery
He apparently never stops being the best.
Chicago duo Male, who slalom between sculpted ambient music and contemplative free improvisation, celebrate the release of their new album tonight at the Hideout.
Get a free one-hour preview of next weekend’s Irish-American Heritage Festival, tomorrow in Daley Plaza from noon to 1 PM.
Fox News asks the question that’s on no one’s mind: should we get rid of libraries?
The fashion in “I Am Love” is the antithesis of Sex and the City style.
Part of the ” Emerging Artists Summer Exhibition,” on display at Morpho Gallery
Men’s beaded moccasins from the 1890s, part of Dazzling Colors: The Evolution of Plains Reservation Art, a show of art from tribes in the northern Great Plains region opening Sat 7/3 at the Mitchell Museum of the American Indian, 3001 Central, Evanston, 847-475-1030.
A double album of the comedy stylings of Shellac from Chunklet’s Henry Owings
A gun rights group is moving its town hall meeting Wednesday night to Chicago State University after Park District officials revoked their reservation at a south side field house.
The crazy-blago theory of jurisprudence.
Chicago city officials say they don’t have a new gun ordinance ready yet, but corporation counsel Mara Georges says she hopes it will include a one-gun-per-person limit and a ban on gun shops within the city limits.
The Burge stain is fading… but from whom?