On the terrific new NYC Five, saxophonist Angelika Niescier and German pianist Florian Weber team up with three strong players from the Big Apple.
Beyonce, Bike the Drive, Crap Beer Day, and more happenings from May 27-30.
The inaugural event offered two information-packed days of lectures, panels—and plenty of booze.
Volume 45, Number 33
The first local installment of Scorched Tundra will host heaviness by the likes of Bongripper, Monolord, and False.
Taste gelatos from across the Americas at the Chicago stop of the Gelato World Tour.
Also, Rahm called secret City Hall meetings to “get story straight” on Laquan McDonald shooting.
Eagles of Death Metal played a sold-out show at the Metro, six months after surviving the Nov. 13 terror attacks in Paris.
Ryan Pfeiffer of Blackbird and Abraham Conlon of Fat Rice were this year’s Key Ingredient Cook-Off winners.
Adapter/director Barbara Gaines didn’t need to combine three plays to get her message across about the deja vu of war.
The House Theatre performs a little magic and Court Theatre gathers an A-list ensemble.
The semi-autobiographical comedy on IFC goes off the rails in the show’s final season, for the better.
A letter from Towle & Co. says these “gut-wrenching” times for newspapers are too much for Tribune Publishing management.
Local rappers Acumental and Terminal Knowledge, aka the Palmer Squares, don’t fit any prefab notion of a Chicago MC, but their new album is selling like hotcakes.