Challenged to create a cocktail with a canned childhood staple, Steve Gleich of Luxbar puts a Mexican spin on things.
Evanston Library’s popular, “cranky” (and only black) librarian, Lesley Williams, is hit with a 15-day suspension for charges she says are without merit.
The only solo album by onetime Sun Ra Arkestra member Pat Patrick, probably recorded in the mid-70s, features eight baritone saxophonists.
There was no resistance to Trump’s agenda in Obama’s latest speech and the March for Science—just meek calls for truth and civility.
“Girl Play,” the University of Chicago Artist Summit, and more happenings from April 28-30.
The first major exhibit of paintings by SAIC painting and drawing professor Candida Alvarez, whose work also features in Comme des Garçons Fall 2017 collection, opens with a talk on Saturday.
At the Humanities Fest, three museum directors and curators discuss how to navigate a changing culture.
Also, the Chicago Teachers Union is planning a May Day rally.
Dan Savage advises a sexsomniac, a couple interested in trying gay-sex dungeons while traveling in Europe, and more.
New WTTW documentary on Chicago’s Pilsen neighorhood has flaws
Local rapper Valee may be too idiosyncratic to sound specifically Chicagoan, but he couldn’t have made the concise, open-ended songs on his new 1988 mixtape anywhere else.
Volume 46, Number 29
John Cruickshank now serves as Canada’s consul general here.
Independent Bookstore Day is your chance to find out.
These Chicago-area doctors are concerned about president’s next step, but desperate for an end to the bloody civil war.