Brandon Baltzley’s new Crux collective hosts a second pop-up dinner, this one with a late-Roman theme, at Evanston’s Pensiero Ristorante on Monday.
Numero Group hosts its inaugural fall yard sale this Saturday in Little Village from 9 AM to 3 PM.
A big week of Chicago protest rolls on, with demonstrators targeting banks and TIFs.
The third annual Edison Park Comedy Fest features performances by Tony Valle, Mike Stanley, Joe Kilgallon, and others.
In presenting his annual budget to the City Council, the mayor did what all smart politicians do—he emphasized that things were a mess when he took over, but declared that he would make the tough choices to get the city back on track. “I inherited a government that needed to be reshaped,” the mayor said. […]
Michelle Williams stars as Marilyn Monroe in this British drama, screening as part of the Chicago International Film Festival.
Occupy Chicago: a movement for the have-somes and the have-plentys
Former Mika Miko members take a headfirst dive into sunshiny pop
Decadent offerings at Tavern at the Park
On her new album “Conatus” Zola Jesus finds a new clarity.
Another suicide at the James R. Thompson Center
J. Crew’s little sister comes to town.
The French singer Hindi Zahra may look exotic to us, but her music is comfortingly familiar.
Day two of Take Back Chicago’s week of citywide demonstrations, with today’s focus on home foreclosures.
Day Two of Take Back Chicago’s week of citywide demonstrations, with today’s focus on home foreclosures.