Mike Lenehan devours the Bard’s comedy, as staged by the American Players Theatre in Spring Green, Wisconsin.
Street View featuring Edgewater resident Irene Flores
On the culture’s current preoccupation with the eras of slavery and Jim Crow in the U.S.
The local filmmaker will screen his black comedy at the 52nd annual Chicago International Film Festival.
Major leaguers get their arepa fix in Ravenswood.
The paper endorses the “What’s Aleppo?” candidate for president.
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Also, Hillary Clinton raises a cool $4 million with two Chicago fund-raisers ranging from $50,000 to $2,700 per plate.
Systemic racial prejudice was the single-biggest missing element from Rahm’s “major speech.”
The Block Museum hosts a retrospective of one of the most overlooked artists of a vibrant era.
Beat maker Fess Grandiose talks about the Logan Square scene and his new self-titled instrumental debut for Chicago’s ETC Records.
Challenged to create a cocktail with mojo, Pito Rodriguez of Sable Kitchen & Bar turns to a family recipe.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt stars as the notorious whistle-blower in Oliver Stone’s new biopic.
New Michael Madigan documentary surprises some people who didn’t know the Illinois Policy Institute was behind it.
Prolific trio Absolutely Not celebrate the release of their new single with a benefit show Friday night at Emporium.