The laissez-faire heyday of rideshare companies like Lyft and Uber is drawing to a close.
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Wednesday, May 28
Days Like Today, a new musical at Writers Theatre, explores love and commitment—through annoying characters.
The fringe-theater faves take over the monthlong Tuesday Night Residency series.
Honoring the late Edna Pardo, whose campaign for public schools and fair taxes lives on
Brooklyn band Go Deep want their stolen gear back, the Whistler gives away the last of 1,000 free LPs, and more.
“Ain’t It Fun” might be the cure for the Internet’s toxicity.
The recent wave of documentaries about the exploitation of young women has led me to reevaluate the California-set indie drama.
Elena Poniatowska speaks in Chicago after winning Cervantes Prize.
A little longer in the tooth these days, Patton Oswalt mixes his vintage snark with yarns about fatherhood.
Falke DJs at the Primary Nightclub on Friday night.
Also same-sex marriage, mass shootings, military veterans, Silicon Valley laundry, and Twitter Real-Time charts?
Leaders of the new generation of Illinois political players—Christian Mitchell, Adrienne Alexander, and Will Guzzardi—show up at the Hideout on June 3 to show the old-timers how they’ll change the world.
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Tuesday, May 27