Norwegian group Adjágas, who combine indie rock with the joik vocal style of Scandinavia’s indigenous Sámi population, play the Empty Bottle tonight.
Thinking about the murder mysteries of Caylee Anthony and Maria Ridulph.
Designer Anne Novotny adapts her business to hard reality.
Afro-Peruvian beat merchants Novalima return to Chicago tonight with a performance at Mayne Stage; hear a track from the group’s forthcoming album, Karimba.
Today’s strong winds caused an unusual and potentially dangerous weather phenomenon called a seiche on Lake Michigan.
Architect Jeanne Gang to design new Writers’ Theatre; Glencoe Woman’s Library Club will retain the land.
The U.S. beat Brazil yesterday in the 2011 women’s World Cup after Megan Rapinoe’s assist to Abby Wambach forced a penalty kick shootout.
Get on the other Cain train, which is about hating Herman Cain’s gospel singing.
Nitsuh Abebe in defense of narcissism
The Englewood Film Festival is taking entry submissions for its 2011 edition.
Drug resistant gonorrhea found in Japan
Tom Godber Working mothers are still “substantially” more likely than working fathers to answer the night-shift call of duty for a child who needs care, a University of Michigan study indicates. Mothers in the study were twice as likely to report sleep interruptions for caregiving as fathers who worked the same number of hours.
Challenging design for less.
Martin Sheen will be honored by the Chicago International Film Festival on August 19.
Dose Market, a bazaar featuring complimentary Aviary cocktails, artisanal food, local fashion, and a pop-up Chinese teahouse, returns to the River East Art Center Sunday.