Big Jones Cookbook has a release party, the Reader sponsors a Lake FX panel on local food, and other events happening soon.
I Know Where the Light Goes is an 18-minute cool-off zone.
The stoner-metal titans return with more Sabbath worship.
Also Rand Paul’s Bitcoin ploy, small talk, George Packer, Twin Peaks, wasabi, one-way streets, and Los Angeles?
The New York string quartet and composer/guitar share exciting new work.
Rookie aldermen are vowing to shake up the City Council—but haven’t we heard this story before?
Clark’s Marfa Girl receives its Chicago premiere this week.
More than 80 international features screen over the next two weeks at River East 21.
A world-class city deserves world-class humility.
The noise-rock collective makes a rare Chicago appearance.
Check out Steppenwolf’s Marie Antoinette for half price and/or a free fashion show inspired by the play tonight.
The Goodman’s director of education and community engagement talks about why the theater is spending six weeks celebrating the playwright’s work.
On Foehammer’s debut EP, doom metal and The Lord of the Rings go together like chocolate and peanut butter.
Also the new apps the monitor police activity, Jon Stewart on Rahm, Kate Bolick, Alison Jones, and he foiled attempt at setting the record for the largest egg hunt in the world?
Saint Louis baseball writers see hope for White Sox.