Whereas most of the city’s political and civic elite were ready to lead us off the financial cliff.
Here’s hoping DJ Earl spins “Grind,” his collaboration with NYC rapper Wiki, when he plays Subterranean’s downstairs lounge on Saturday.
This week’s gig poster was created by Tijuana Hercules front man John Forbes.
Sunday, August 7 11am – 5pm Plumbers Hall 1340 W. Washington Blvd., Chicago, IL 60607 vendor map (PDF) The Made in Chicago Market is back! It’s a fun celebration of all things DIY—showcasing some of the best apparel, housewares, and food and drink that Chicago has to offer! Shop local and support your neighborhood makers. […]
What would it take to convince the CTA to extend the line to its pre-2008 route?
The Chicago theater community debates casting for Lin-Manuel Miranda and Quiara Alegría Hudes’s In the Heights.
The Hemosa-based musical theater company could have told a powerful story of Latinxs in America. Instead they cast a white actor as the storyteller.
Also, the Vista Tower is becoming a reality as workers start to prep the site.
The Rocket Boys author is suing Universal and others over a 2015 Chicago-area musical adaptation.
In honor of Muhammad Ali’s legacy, we take a look back at his life in Chicago.
Formed at Tinley Park High School, the Sunshine Sequence peaked with an Aragon gig opening for Herman’s Hermits, then broke up in 1968.
Los Crudos celebrate their 25th year with nine days of music and art, Vamos and Lil Tits play a first-anniversary party for the new Crown Liquors, and more.
The state’s new marijuana law sets a benchmark for driving under the influence of weed, but attorneys say it’ll be hard to enforce.
A new double-record anthology explores the dazzling range of traditional Greek music.
This weekend’s Fed Up Fest brought together radical queer communities from all over the midwest.