Footwork crews often end up as sideshows to DJs or rappers—but Chicago dancers the Era hope to change that with their first stage production.
The Seeso comedy offers a glimpse into the personal and professional lives of stand-ups Rhea Butcher and Cameron Esposito.
The contested origins of an artwork go to trial.
Beach Jesus producer Jaro drops an ambitious solo EP that blurs the boundaries between rap and pop.
This week’s featured poster was designed by Don Picton for Bric-a-Brac’s huge summer show.
Also, Trump’s broken promise to early buyers in his Chicago tower.
Lettuce Entertain You’s new “Mediterranean” spot is all over the map.
Andy Thayer and Rick Garcia allege they were barred from attending council meetings in violation of the state’s Open Meetings Act.
A touring art project visits Chicago this week.
Charles “Organaire” Cameron had an illustrious career in Jamaica before settling in Chicago in the 70s, where he continues to record and perform.
There should be a cable channel for every election issue.
Also, there’s a gelato war brewing in the Gold Coast.
Upwardly mobile boomers in search of the American dream seem to eschew cycling in favor of driving.
Conversion therapy aimed at “curing” queer kids is harmful, fraudulent, and discredited, no matter who’s practicing it.
Gossip Wolf premieres Soft Candy’s new garage-psych single, the 3 Yards Bangin’ House Fest returns to the southeast side, and more.