Younger reporters seem excited, while the older generation is mostly keeping its head down.
The eighth annual show brought in 200,000 visitors to Chicago Coliseum—a number, newspapers gleefully reported, that was twice that for the New York Auto Show.
Also, Donald Trump’s Chicago property tax break is questioned, and the Bulls’ Pau Gasol stays in Chicago.
Plus: more on blumkins, a special appearance by Native writer Sherman Alexie, and an open appeal to couples and throuples
In celebration of its 30th anniversary, the Brooklyn dance troupe turns to John Coltrane’s groundbreaking 1964 record.
At Gallery 400, the artist presents “The ‘Good’ Body (Chicago Edition).”
King D & the Struggle Unit’s Englewood sold out its small run when it dropped in 1991 and has since become a collectors’ item for hip-hop heads with a taste for the obscure.
Roberto Bolaño’s sprawling novel becomes a phantasmagoric five-and-a-half-hour ride.
Volume 45, Number 19
Progressives now have no one adversary of sufficient skill and smarts to galvanize them.
Melina Ausikaitis’s self-released tape includes recordings of her songs by nine different acts.
The 2014 Roundabout Theatre revival concludes its local run this weekend.
Jen Dot of Swimsuit Addition launches a comics-centric online zine, dance label Clear releases the latest from techno misfits Dar Embarks, and more.
The central character of the latest Marvel adventure lives in a gray area.
Own a team or own a newspaper? It’s no contest.