The films I couldn’t stop thinking or talking about.
Why won’t the op-ed columnist tackle the president-elect head-on?
Also, a CNBC host and entrepreneur has purchased a majority stake in Bow Truss coffee.
Did the NBA blacklist legendary three-point shooter Craig Hodges because of his politics?
Rémi Chayé’s French-Danish feature has height, width, and plenty of depth.
“Art AIDS America Chicago” is a massive overview of artworks about the virus.
Lucas Hnath’s gospel-infused drama addresses religious faith in unconventional form.
Also, Rahm makes a surprise pick to replace Susana Mendoza as city clerk.
The improv theater introduces membership programs for audience members and performers.
The “Orange Julius Caesar” has a thing or two coming.
Adele Nicholas of Axons and Impossible Colors is also a self-employed civil rights lawyer—and she’s releasing a compilation to benefit the Chicago Community Bond Fund.
In his new book, Long Shot: The Struggles and Triumphs of an NBA Freedom Fighter, the legendary three-point shooter recounts how his on-court success was stopped short by his outspokenness.
A poor casting choice damages the theater’s new main-stage revue.
Shop Sensual features erotic items made by local designers, performances, and workshops from this Friday, December 16, to this Sunday, the 18th, at Reunion in Humboldt Park.
A backyard version of Mozart’s final opera makes its debut.