Part of Painting Sounds, on display at Thomas Masters Gallery.
Part of Flyway, on display at Gallery 180.
Part of Seeds, on display at Morpho Gallery.
Part of Hidden Treasures, on display at the Polish Museum of America.
Chef Graham Elliot Bowles stopped by “The Interview Show,” hosted by Mark Bazer, at The Hideout in Chicago, to discuss his upcoming restaurant, Grahamwich; being culinary director for Lollapalooza; how being a chef is like being a musician; and more. PART ONE
Chelsea Clinton fails to understand the attention-getting power of hats.
Rickey Hendon shows you how to play Chicago hardball.
Members of Evanston’s Talking Farm hold a Q&A after the Saturday screening of ana Sofia joanes’s sustainable agriculture documentary “Fresh” at the Gene Siskel Film Center.
Fresh, ana Sofia
Recommended events paired with nearby restaurants.
Did Rod Blagojevich’s lawyer take the right tone in his closing?
Mark J. Konkol and Frank Man are doing a remarkable job detailing the reasons behind the CPD’s difficulty in clearing homicides. And I’d missed this earlier (via Second City Cop): Police statistics suggest it’s getting increasingly dangerous on the street for officers. Nearly 3,160 officers reported they were victims of assault and battery in 2008, […]
Key provisions of the proposed ordinance governing food trucks, which goes to the City Council and from there to committee today.
Wild is as wild does
Barcelona’s Sonar Festival announces a partial lineup for its inaugural Chicago event.