Joseph’s first feature is a personal and multifaceted look at America’s broken prison system.
An Anti-Valentine’s Day haunted house, a 20s-themed dinner, and more ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day
Over the past week the Reader has collected these music stories that are still worth your time today.
Challenged to create a dish with dulse, Lustbader combines northern European and Asian flavors.
Also, Obama’s endorsement has been lucrative for alderman Sophia King’s reelection campaign.
Musicians speak up about the Affordable Care Act
The 28th iteration of Curious Theatre Branch’s annual festival continues through February 26.
The editors and writers behind Punk Ethnography lead a reading and discussion Saturday afternoon at Corbett vs. Dempsey.
Irving Cutler, professor emeritus at Chicago State and author of The Jews of Chicago, looks back on local anti-Semitism
The performance artist has two one-woman shows at Steppenwolf’s 1700 Theatre: Written in Sand and Unicorn Gratitude Mystery.
Kebabs, fahsa, and ghormeh sabzi will make America great again.
Reader critics consider the year’s animated, documentary, and live-action nominees.
Dinner With John, born Walter Long Jr. and formerly known as John Walt, was stabbed to death yesterday at age 24.
In his much-quoted talk to Stanford business students, Mayor Rahm Emanuel stretched the truth about his handling of Chicago’s public schools.
Is there anything more human than sex? From the very first time we feel maternal bonds as infants, to the years we spend falling in and out of romantic love, intimacy, desire, and attraction wiggle their way into seemingly every aspect of our lives. Sex is crucial to the understanding of the human race because, […]