Street View, featuring a sartorially daring accountant
Challenged to create a dish with tonburi, a seed considered a delicacy in Japan, the chef uses it four ways.
Kristen Radtke’s essay in images explores loss, ruins, and restlessness.
Artist Angela Davis Fegan sports a red coverall for a staged protest during the Open Engagement conference.
An addendum to Adam Gopnik’s argument that “we could have been Canada.”
Also, an auto parts maker is opening a south-side plant that will create about 300 new jobs.
Volume 46, Number 31
This week’s featured gig poster was created by local artist and designer Scott Williams.
Ty Money’s new Cinco de Money 3 features the first appearance by Bump J since his release from prison last month.
Citizen Jane: Battle for the City profiles the author who battled urban expressways and high-rise housing.
The seedbed for new plays has a winner in Chelsea Marcantel’s Airness.
Also, a mayoral aide says that CPS needs $596 rather than $129 million to finish 2016-2017 school year.
Dan Savage advises a woman in a May-December marriage, and more.
With her video for “Holy,” soul singer Jamila Woods demonstrates how to show love for your community as well as for yourself.