Liqs have been making noise in Chicago’s DIY garage scene, but you can hear them play their great recent single, “Nothing for Me,” at a legit venue too.
The New York Times is paying close attention to the violence in Chicago.
Also, Rahm and Rauner trade more jabs on Chicago Public Schools and Donald Trump.
At Mezcaleria Las Flores, beverage director Jay Schroeder’s lineup of cocktails shows there’s more to mezcal than smoke.
The Art of Falling returns, Exoneree Diaries author Alison Flowers, and more happenings from June 6-9
Also, Father Pfleger inspired iconic fashion label Versace’s fall ad campaign.
The hybrid performance is back in Chicago for a longer run.
What does the “new accountability structure” for Chicago police look like? So far, Vimeo and Soundcloud.
“No amount of talking will prepare you for the moment you actually see your partner having sex with another person.”
Chicago rapper Vic Mensa doesn’t always strike the best balance of politics and pop, but he never fails to get his point across.
Hyde Park Beer Fest, Big Gay Brunch, and more happenings from June 3-5
NBDY Design Co.’s covers preserve the bond of the sibling issues.
Fourth- and fifth-graders from Brentano Math and Science Academy explore their imaginations in The Monster Gasped, OMG!
Also, the budget battle continues as Rahm slams Rauner by comparing him to Donald Trump.
But for goodness’ sakes—why?