“Drink the world” at the new River North cocktail lounge from the Tanta team.
North Carolina guitarist Sarah Louise performs Wednesday at the Hideout as half of the duo House & Land.
Colin Mitchell’s reaction to the Reader‘s expose angered many readers.
Also, the Becoming a Man program has reportedly lowered violent crime arrests among its participants by half.
Decades before groups like the Invisible Institute were pushing for police accountability, Mary Powers and Citizens Alert were thorns in bad cops’ sides.
Outdoor screenings are in full swing.
Isaac Oliver, Cash Levy, and more happenings from June 27-30
The candidate looks anything but presidential in remarks about Britain’s vote to leave the EU.
Also, Chicagoan Raj Fernando is at the center of a Trump-Clinton feud.
Volume 45, Number 37
Norway’s Thomas Johansson, who just released his first album as a leader, plays Sunday at the Hungry Brain with the quartet Cortex.
Pride Parade, a sausage fest, a vegan fest, and eight more cool things to do in Chicago this weekend.
Lexit? Chexit? Either way, the Lucas Museum will not build in Chicago.
Stoner-pop trio Basement Family drop their first vinyl next week—and play a release party next month.
Chicago’s first openly gay alderman reflects on the mass shooting’s impact on queer and Latinx communities.