Dan Savage gives his audience the last word.
A new exhibition at HPAC encompasses sculpture, neon, and video.
Dozens of Riviera stagehands fired by Jam Productions this fall after attempting to unionize gathered at a rally outside the company’s headquarters.
Things are tough all over in the 27th edition of the long-running fest.
The saxophonist’s new group performs at Constellation on Thursday evening.
Chicago’s oldest farm is moving—again.
The sad thing is, we’re no better off for it.
The northeastern heavies hit Chicago Saturday night behind their recently released fifth album, Darkness Forgives.
Also cybercriminals, Peter Ludlow, La Sagrada Familia Basilica, the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Special Enforcement Bureau, and the Four Horsemen of Gentrification?
The new film spotlights a newspaper era on its way out.
Three hundred photos, many never seen before, depict the Chicago social movements of the 1950s and ’60s.
Will visitors to the proposed Michigan Avenue space pay money for info that’s a tap away on their phones?
This week’s featured gig poster was designed by local artist Ryan Duggan.
Plus: The Hideout replaces its talent buyer, and free-jazz and new-music calendar Now Is launches a podcast.
“I haven’t given up hope” that Danny’s can remain open, says the bar’s manager.