Take the five-week stand-up comedy class for women founded by Cameron Esposito.
The garage-rock powerhouse is back, for a little while.
Somrus, a locally produced Indian cream liqueur, is lovely—but some of its suggested pairings aren’t.
Also Sergio Canavero, Conan O’Brien, James Cameron, and Papaye?
At this tiny new Pilsen spot, they’re deep frying potato chips in house.
A Dayquil-compromised Dan Savage advises a dumpee and others seeking advice from a questionable source.
Profiles’ The Other Place might offend disability crusaders, but its real flaw is contrivance.
Some key questions in the race for mayor between Jesus Garcia and Rahm Emanuel.
The south-side rapper performs with Cam’ron and ShowYouSuck after dropping his Life of a Savage 4 mixtape.
A new exhibit imported from Sweden shows off life in medieval Scandinavia, and some really awesome jewelry.
Having embarrassed Rahm in yesterday’s election, Chicago’s voters can expect the mayor to go negative and nasty against Chuy Garcia in the coming campaign.
Plus: Chicago DJ MTZ cofounds a new dance label, and the Pillowhammer plays an all-too-rare show.
On leaking at the Times
The New Zealand comedians star in What We Do in the Shadows, a vampire mockumentary.
Andrew Jarecki’s documentary miniseries will hook you like Serial did.