This week’s featured gig poster was designed by Barcelona-based artist Xavi Forne.
Alexandra Victoria Bryant | Arthur Mitchell | ballet | Chicago Multi-Cultural Dance Center | CMDC | dance | Dance Theatre of Harlem | Dearborn Station | hip-hop | hiplet | Hiplet Ballerinas | Homer Hans Bryant | Jacob’s Pillow | Maria Tallchief | rap
Media critic Mike Miner wrestles with the prevalence of sponsored content in this year’s People Issue.
ArcLight Cinemas is partnering with the Chicago Architecture Foundation on a monthly curated film series that will run from January to April 2017.
Challenged to create a dish with olive loaf, Snowden goes for both olive bread and the infamous lunch meat.
A few relics from the glory days of Chicago TV commercials
The late 1960s was a time of change for the prison thanks to Winston Moore, the country’s first black warden.
Donut Fest, Irish Christmas Market, and more happenings from December 9-11.
A Pew study shows Americans are good—too good?—with digital information and fake facts.
Jeremy Pelt’s latest record explores mainstream hard bop, but the band the trumpeter leads in Chicago delivers a more agitated sound.
Jerry Seinfeld’s observational humor is blown out to fill out the bigger stages his celebrity now demands.
Also, Democrat Chris Kennedy is considering throwing his hat into the ring for the governor’s race.