On the cover: The Bollywood Romance Novelist—In Sonali Dev’s books, Indian-Americans fall in love too.
The Joliet native will introduce two films, bwoy and Do You Take This Man?, on Monday, September 26.
A few highlights that stood out from the madness.
The long-form senior staff writer has been with the paper more than three decades.
Also, Hillary Clinton isn’t close to raising as much money in Chicago as Barack Obama did in 2008.
Nearly 20 local bartenders were challenged to create nostalgic cocktail last week—here’s what happened.
The U.S. attorney’s suit against Officer Marco Proano is just one of a host of legal challenges facing CPD.
Aaron Posner adapts another Chekhov classic, this time for Lookingglass Theatre.
Pamela Z performs a series of “pop-song length” pieces on Saturday, showcasing the layered, polyrhythmic vocal processing she helped introduce to experimental music.
Cameron sports a noteworthy khaki look.
The Chicago LGBTQ+ International Film Festival opens at Music Box with Hurricane Bianca.
A wife wants her husband snipped—or else. Plus: a solution for the sexually fickle, a possible dastardly dick, and a self-described straight 64-year-old who wants to try “the gay side of life”
This week’s stage highlights include three losers who (hopefully) make good and four 19th-century fictional heroines battling their would-be betrotheds.
There was much ado about the casting of Porchlight Theatre’s In the Heights, but Lin-Manuel Miranda’s pre-Hamilton musical shines through.
Also, Rahm introduces a new trial program to kill rats.