Long before she became the Duchess of Bridgeport, Maria Marszewski was a churchgoing hairdresser in South Korea.
From behind her bar, Alice Boron surveys the kingdom that karaoke helped build.
The Italian immigrant and her son have logged 31 years on Armitage.
The House Theatre of Chicago’s fantasy epic The Hammer Trinity is thrilling and thought-provoking—even if you don’t like fantasy.
In David Cronenberg’s Maps to the Stars portrays the movie business as a nightmare of outsize egos.
Free public tickets are available for Lyric Opera’s Kenneth G. Pigott memorial concert on March 13.
Will organizing the wine list by terroir at Vera make it easier or harder to get a wine you’ll love?
The 19-year-old talks about the influence of Vic Mensa, Chicago violence, and Phantom of the Opera.
Questioning the expulsion of two Sigma Alpha Epsilon members
Dancer-poet Ian Spencer Bell comes to the Poetry Foundation to perform his Geography Solos, a suite of “talking dances” and a new autobiographical piece, Holler.
Cubs sluggers go back-to-back-to-back as the team goes back-to-back-to-back-to-back-to-back-to-back.
Catch a fever for the art-pop of Fee Lion, aka Chicagoan Justina Kairyte.
Also radical Catholics, human chimeras, Steyn City, and Craigslist “Casual Encounters”?
Gossip Wolf makes its first Lollapalooza predictions of 2015, a shakeup for Lord Mantis births another nasty metal band, and more.
Tina Fey’s Netflix creation is everything we hoped it would be and more.