Chicagoan Howard Cort retired from the Mid-East peace process and sings in a klezmer band
In honor of the Prepositional Lady
The Chicago Humanities Festival presents its fall schedule of lectures, panels, and performances
Safety advice for cyclists
The biggest video-game property going says good-bye to hate speech
Matt Eversman, the former Saigon Sisters chef behind the possibly forthcoming OON, continues to confound and amaze.
Bro code lies at the center of an episode of Underemployed that suggests it’s women hold each other back in the work place. MTV! It’s post-feminist.
Iowa City’s finest, Solid Attitude, play two shows in town on Friday
Local rapper King L teams up with Juicy J and Pusha-T for the hard-to-resist “My Hoes They Do Drugs”
The Albany Park Lebanese restaurant offers a discount for voters
Halloween hangover cures: Fortieth Day, Pantha Du Prince, Rosie Flores, and Sleigh Bells
Also poverty, Obama as pro-life hero, the night a computer predicted the president, Chris Christie, and Guinness
Previewing one of the highlights of this year’s Chicago International Children’s Film Festival
A Red Orchid Theatre stages Brett Neveus The Opponent
Under the ABC’s revised counting system, the Sun-Times leads Chicago in circulation