Despite more elaborate presentation, the restaurant serves up the Thai food you’re used to.
Tag: Vol. 46 No. 14
Issue of Jan. 12 – 18, 2017
The state of Brazilian media—an example for America?
Journalism in Brazil is a high-risk profession fraught with personal and political turmoil.
With Futatsuki, Chicago’s far north side has great ramen again
A new Japanese restaurant fills the void left by the Sunshine Cafe.
Chicago footworker DJ Manny brings his sinuous style to Wednesday’s Resonance Series
DJ Manny is one of footwork’s best and brightest, and he proves it again on the title track from his latest seven-inch.
An immersive John Hughes-themed film festival is coming to Chicago this summer
The Shermer Club: A John Hughes Fest will take place June 22-25 in the city and suburbs where Hughes’s classic 1980s teen movies were filmed.
Inauguration events in Chicago: Trump protests, watch parties, and more
Inauguration parties, rallies, art shows, fund-raisers, and more
Watch Publican Anker chef A.J. Walker make gluten-free falafel
Challenged to create a dish with Job’s tears, A.J. Walker substitutes the pseudocereal to make a Middle Eastern staple.
The Anne Keegan Award honors a kind of journalism we need more of
The award recognizes “stories of ordinary people” that “give voice to the voiceless” and reflect the “dignity and spirit of the common man.”
Metalcore firebrands Code Orange talk about their new album and new live show
Pittsburgh four-piece Code Orange released Forever last week, and on Wednesday they play at Subterranean.
A scarf offers a ray of sunshine on a gray day
Street View featuring a cost-effective statement accessory that can brighten up grim days.
Writers Resist, Grilled Cheese Meltdown, and more things to do in Chicago this weekend
Filmspotting, Handmade Market, and more happenings from January 13-15.
Winter Jazzfest electrifies a chilly New York weekend
Standouts among more than 150 strong groups included Bill McHenry & Andrew Cyrille, Marc Ribot’s Young Philadelphians, and Battle Trance.
DOJ blasts Chicago police for constitutional violations in the use of force
But any possible consent decree to bring federal court oversight of CPD could take months more to negotiate.
Dorian Electra celebrates 2,000 years of drag with a crowd of dazzling Chicagoans
Dorian Electra’s video “2,000 Years of Drag: A Musical Odyssey” aims to teach compassion for trans-feminine people and an understanding of their history.
O’Hare aviation cops will no longer respond to incidents outside security barrier, and other Chicago news
Also, Bow Truss coffee shops didn’t open Thursday because unpaid employees walked out.