A look at what’s coming down the TV pike this season
Three premiere works highlight the talent of the next generation of choreographers.
Even if she’s wrong, let’s not muzzle Mary Mitchell—conversations change minds. Censorship doesn’t.
Challenged to create a cocktail with Flamin’ Hot Cheetos, Laura Green of Bernie’s Lunch & Supper makes a syrup with them and sets them on fire.
This big, ambitious band scored a couple Billboard hits and wrote several more for other artists, but their discography ends in 1977.
The Chicago Theater Memorial Bike Ride commemorates theater professionals who have recently passed.
An Adler astronomer embarks Friday on Galaxy Ride—a 300-mile bike trip/science roadshow across the state of Illinois to Saint Louis.
Two idiosyncratic coming-of-age movies premiere at this year’s festival.
Anna Muylaert directed this Brazilian comedy about class struggle in a wealthy home.
David Radler gave Trump land to build his Chicago tower. Now he gives the Donald his endorsement.
The band’s brand-new Delusion Moon hits shelves tomorrow.
For just the third time in their 15-year career, Pelican won’t be entirely instrumental onstage: Allen Epley of the Life and Times will join the band to sing “The Cliff” on Friday.
Also Bethenny Frankel, the ten most-produced plays of 2015-16, the first Bean selfies, Wesley Morris, Greg Graffin, and being named Gary?
Everyone was a winner at the Reader’s Fall Cocktail Challenge—but not everyone got a prize.
The Television Critics Association’s summer press tour was a hazing ritual of sorts for the cast and crew of Chicago Med.