The Peanuts Movie isn’t the most embarrassing screen version of Charles Schulz’s classic strip, but it isn’t the best either.
Dan Savage takes the Broadway musical approach to therapy.
Heart of a Dog is a meditation on death, loss, and unconditional love.
Japanese native Ayako Kato peforms Blue Fish II, an exploration of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant disaster, as part of the contemporary series SpinOff.
The stand-up’s Netflix show Master of None is an impressive cinematic and comedic endeavor.
Raury speaks the language of hip-hop, though his music surpasses the genre’s confines.
To evaluate Chicago teachers, students have to take another standardized test.
The jazz-folk prodigy plays a show for a good cause.
Aphex Twin gives “I Want to Be With You” a new life, though the details behind the original’s creation aren’t easy to find.
Also Melissa Click, bento boxes, and how couples learn about music?
This week’s gig poster was designed by local artist Joe Schorgl for his band’s November tour.
Life resembles art in Terrence McNally’s period piece, but its durability owes to emotion.
Plus: Different flavors of new music from local bands Santah (sweet) and the Pillowhammer (sour)
Ten months after her death, the community she left behind honors her positivity by welcoming her queercore band’s final album into the world.
In the meantime, there will be no construction.