Chicago hosts another week of alfresco entertainment.
Volume 45, Number 39
Fronted by artist Gregory Jacobsen, Lovely Little Girls combine alien prog from the likes of Magma and Art Bears with abject histrionics and body horror.
Also, City Council considers new measures on police reform.
Street rebels battle a white government as voters head for the polls in the third installment of the suspense franchise.
Chicago’s own Chance the Rapper dropped by the first day of the Taste of Chicago, joining Donnie Trumpet & the Social Experiment before the headlining set by the Roots.
Dimress Dunnigan debuted her new line in June.
Prevent World War III, an 18th Street artwork that dates to the early 1980s, gets a new life thanks to a generous endowment.
A documentary profile of the avant-garage musician reveals his political conservatism.
Listening to the former state congressman unpack his personal evolution around the topic of criminal justice was captivating.
The comedians kick back in The Green Room at the Revival in Hyde Park.
It’s the season of musical theater and comedy in Chicago.
Can this marriage be saved? Plus; tentative Tindering and other modern trials
Save Money Summer continues with the release of Brian Fresco’s Casanova, whose best moments don’t come from the collective’s best-known members.
Plus, drug maker Pfizer agrees to truth in opioid advertising.