Visual manager Chelsea Perryman talks about the coming season in clothing.
New reviews and notable screenings in this week’s issue
The 1970s-inspired takeover of Lost Lake by Houston’s Anvil Bar & Refuge runs through Friday.
And an unlikely leader in the debate over higher-education funding.
Actor/stand-up/TV writer Mark Roberts brings a wild-and-crazy new comedy to town.
The unpredictable The Portable Veblen is part comedy, part philosophy, and part talking squirrel.
You can try Off Color’s new Wari Ale at the Field Museum on March 3.
A Mexican-American fusion restaurant serves tacos, burgers, and not much else—good thing they’re top-notch.
On the new 21 (to Anyone), Goody captures hard-to-define emotions and avoids pigeonholes.
Will the firewall between business and editorial be affected?
Terracotta soldiers and other artifacts from the first emperor’s tomb complex arrive in Chicago for a yearlong exhibition.
Mr. Fingers is one of many musicians who’s worked with attorney Jay B. Ross, who appears on a panel about the business of house music tonight at the Old Town School.
Local David Bowie cover band Sons of the Silent Age play a concert at Metro benefitting cancer research at the University of Chicago Medical Center.
The FX series, cocreated by Louis C.K., is about a clown, but only on the surface.
This week’s gig poster was designed by Frances Taylor.