White Chicagoans grapple with their place in the movement for black lives.
The action honored victims of recent police-involved deaths and opposed the proposed “Blue Lives Matter” ordinance.
Nikolaj Lie Kaas stars as a damaged cop reopening the coldest of cases.
‘Tis the season for the Bard and the bawdy.
A 1968 documentary from Kartemquin Films explores the nature of fulfillment.
Volume 45, Number 41
The folks behind Logan Square’s great Osteria Langhe get gutsy with Italian at Animale.
True divas Christine Ebersole and Patti LuPone shine in a musical about two cosmetics tycoons.
Our roundup of reviews of local debuts at the Chicago French Film Festival
Also, Rahm is hosting a party for CPS principals in Maggie Daley Park.
Two lost photo essays, now on display at the Art Institute, go beyond racial stereotypes to reveal the real life of Harlem.
Uncle Dan’s special all-gay edition
Bill and Lisa Roe’s golden ears have helped turn Trouble in Mind from a garage-rock label into something much more diverse—and even more wonderful.
Tenth Ward alderman Sue Sadlowski Garza is cultivating a new kind of progressive power on Chicago’s southeast side.
American Nocturne was inspired by a photo of a notorious 1930 lynching.