Women kick ass in Facets Night School’s “Heroine Addicts” series, Saturdays at midnight starting 2/19.
This week in Food & Drink: Moonshiners, West Town’s new Belgian biistro, Key Ingredient jujubes, and more
Carol Moseley Braun has complained that reporters jump on her “crack addict” and “Hitler” references—but ignore Rahm Emanuel’s transgressions. Does she have a point?
Things are looking up/turning around/getting better all the time.
The Chicago-based shopping site goes old-school for a couple days.
New reviews and notable screenings in this week’s issue.
The screen version of Adam Langer’s play The Critics opens this week at Gene Siskel Film Center.
An overpass for the Lakefront Trail gets approval from the Chicago Plan Commission.
A national coffee expo, a local food film screening, a Texas barbecue dinner, and more.
“The Grandfather Trilogy” by Allen Ross, the local filmmaker who disappeared in 1995, screens Sunday 2/20 at Cinema Borealis.
Young new-music collective Aperiodic dives headfirst into post-Cage experimentation with its second concert, Sunday afternoon at Elastic.
Early voting closes today, and as of this morning, 58,000 Chicagoans had cast their ballot at the city&’s 51 early voting centers. That’s more than double the figure from the last citywide elections in 2007.
Shop tax-free, pick up jeans for less, and Koros cleans out.
Pro-environment talk is cheap. Which mayoral candidates will back it up?
The Big Meal is funny and poignant, and in the end . . .