The short by Suzanne Simpson offers a rare glimpse into the artist’s early creative process.
The Riv stagehands that Jam illegally fired last year have been rehired, and now they’re protesting the company’s failure to negotiate with their newly formed union.
Dave McCune, manager of Chicago’s Permanent Records, reflects on the store’s history: “I got to watch the evolution of the shop from both sides of the counter.”
Also, Chicago’s election history proves that truth is stranger than fiction.
Welcome another winning restaurant from Giuseppe Tentori.
Volume 46, Number 3
Good teams make fans even more miserable than bad ones do.
Cory Hanson of psych-rock band Wand previews his first solo record with a free set on Saturday.
At the first of this week’s protests by women against Donald Trump.
Also, the Chicago Park District shuts down 445 outdoor drinking fountains with high lead levels.
Dan Savage sanctions a new coinage on behalf of little girls.
A rare glimpse at the inner workings of the highly secretive medical marijuana cultivation center in remote Delavan, Illinois.
The Zimbabwe-born performance artist explores the black male body and African masculinity in connection to her own identity.
From Dracula to the Demon Barber of Fleet Street’s . . . brother
Though it’s a private middleman for complaints, police transparency advocates welcome Excuse Me Officer.