The abilities of HQ Howard Quintero’s chef extend beyond grilling hunks of meat.
On the off-Loop scene: the latest from local playwright Philip Dawkins, an obscure Tennessee Williams one-act, and a Neil LaBute funfest
Here’s a rule of thumb that will never let you down: if you come across a magazine more than 20 years old, pick it up.
New reviews and notable screenings in this week’s issue
Also, Binny’s starts alcohol home delivery, and 1985 Bear Jim McMahon swears by medical marijuana.
Local nonprofit Women in Comedy encourages comics to boycott theaters, classes, and shows where they have felt unsafe.
Volume 45, Number 16
Is the left pivoting toward Trump?
In his State of the State speech, Governor Rauner acted as though the year 2015 never existed.
Also, Mavis Staples enlists interesting new collaborators, and the media wonders whether Governor Rauner has a state e-mail address.
Has Chicago’s longest-running fringe theater festival abandoned the fringe?
László Nemes’s acclaimed debut feature re-creates the awful plight of the Sonderkommandos.
If that’s what you’re into, here’s how to do it safely. Plus: racially charged fantasies lead to a dilemma
How the museum has, and will, survive the next photographic revolution
Why in the name of Michelle Kwan would anyone participate in this painfully tedious winter pastime?