Challenged to create a cocktail with the fermented soybean paste doenjang, Carl Moberg makes a take on a classic.
Highlights from the filmography of Lau Kar-leung.
The iconic Chicago building’s lobby has become an attraction all its own thanks to Wolfgang Buttress’s dazzling installation.
Bobby & Iza, a pilot by Chicagoans Bobby Richards and Avery Lee, is i
The “genius grants” remain, but the foundation is narrowing its focus to a few select causes.
New reviews and notable screenings in this week’s issue
Chicago Reader: Volume 44, Number 46
A 1996 Reader cover story details the dangers, costs, and pollution related to air shows.
Just when you thought Mayor Rahm had killed the elected school board movement, along comes a proposed bill from state representative Robert Martwick that would bring it back.
An interview with the internationally acclaimed documentarian, whose latest film about the Indonesian genocide opens in Chicago tomorrow.
Landon Brown and 96 Acres will use different-colored automobiles to represent the population at Cook County Jail.
Nots play Chicago behind a bleak, noisy new single, and they’ll be back in town with more new music in November.
Also cellphones, Trump, identity politics, poor Loyola students, supermodels, new public art on the west side, and one writer’s trip with the Grateful Dead?
The punk four-piece take on bad-vibes synth-punk on their newest Goner single.
Mike Madigan says the Freedom of Information Act doesn’t apply to him.