“Broken Journey” is a new exhibit of Art Fox’s snapshots of flying animals indirectly felled by Chicago’s citizens.
Former C Chicago chef Bill Montagne makes a big comeback with cured fish in a tiny Lakeview deli.
Volume 45, Number 26
Cheap Trick performed at the Metro, one week ahead of their induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Ten new reviews of notable stage shows, among them a musical based on Elmer Rice’s expressionist 1923 satire.
More than a hundred new shorts and features make their Chicago debut at the 32nd edition.
Robin Zander, Rick Nielsen, and many more recall Cheap Trick’s scrappy beginnings on the midwest club circuit of the 1970s.
Joe Houlberg’s Thirst tells an ambiguous tale of sex, blindness, and deception.
They’re stepping to the forefront in a struggle once dominated by charismatic men.
A Chicago History Museum exhibit examines Lincoln’s speeches for clues about how he changed from political moderate to the Great Emancipator.
That depends on if by “cookie,” you actually mean “barely baked cookie dough.”
Adamn Killa’s debut full-length borrows from the somber aesthetic popularized by Yung Lean, but the Chicago MC twists it into his own image.
Prepare for this Saturday’s inaugural Church of Black Gold loft party with Jerome Derradji’s trance-inducing “Acid Nothing.”
The unending hype surrounding Doug Sohn’s shuttered sausage emporium is ludicrous.
This week’s gig poster was designed by local illustrator Walker Tkl.