Harvey MC Ty Money made one of the best rap records of the past year.
A new exhibition at the Illinois Holocaust Museum shows everything new immigrants have left behind.
By holing up in his home studio, this Harvey hip-hop hero found a distinctive voice that speaks to injustice with rare insight.
For the 30th straight year, the 1985 Chicago Bears have won Super Bowl XX, and our town has gone a little bit crazy.
Donald’s case was taken up by the Medill Innocence Project, which then dropped it after facing problems of its own.
Sample a new website, the Athletic Chicago.
Also, Chris Christie plans a fund-raising stop in Chicago, and OpenGrid gives new access to public data.
Poetry‘s Wintertime Party, a Charlotte Moorman exhibit, and other weekend happenings in Chicago from January 25-28.
The paper doesn’t think Grease‘s creators are worth mentioning.
Also, former Bears players head to the Super Bowl, and Emanuel brings Charles Ramsey back to CPD.
Blues guitarist Magic Slim was a giant who combined furious power with keen expression.
New reviews and notable screenings in this week’s issue
Seen in light of the real Chicago Police Department, Dick Wolf’s cop series looks even more clueless and tone-deaf.
Ken Vandermark’s Site Specific consists of two discs of solo recordings packaged in a 200-page book of his photography.
Grappa goes high-class in the grapparita and other cocktails.