The New York Times writer discusses his latest book, Better Living Through Criticism.
The best parts of Steppenwolf’s Mary Page Marlowe may be the ones that aren’t there.
The sketch group incorporate movement with comedy.
The artist’s solo show is a surreal exploration of memory.
The Chicago Palestine Film Festival presents stories of occupation and exile.
Volume 45, Number 27
The former president relies on a super-predator stereotype of his own to justify his bill’s harsh sentences.
Also, the mayor’s accountability task force has released a scathing report on racism in the police force.
If so, how to broach the subject with a hot young friend in need of funds? Plus: boring sexual secrets, totally un-PC role-play, and more.
The current state of cannabis in the Prairie State
Doctors statewide have been reluctant to prescribe medical marijuana—even to patients battling serious illnesses.
Pro-medical-marijuana lawmakers and activists say homegrown weed won’t take root any time soon in the Prairie State.
Nationwide polls show growing support for legal recreational use, but even advocates say Illinois isn’t ready for that conversation.
Puff, puff, pass these artist-made smoking devices.
More than five-dozen music-related dramas and documentaries screen at the Chicago International Movies & Music Festival.