The Ogden chef learned “what it takes to be successful in this business, how much work you need to do.”
The Mexique chef recalls, as a child, eating elotes with his father in Mexico.
The Carnivale chef reminisces about discovering Latin American cooking as a teen.
The Quiote chef says the restaurateur and Mexico: One Plate at a Time host helped him fall in love with Mexican food.
In paired solo sets this Saturday, Jon Mueller and Mike Weis will use drums and gongs to draw out the acoustic qualities of a Zen temple.
In an adaptation that puts Pip in India under the Raj, there’s no way for him to succeed without betraying his heritage.
Five days’ worth of features and short subjects screen in the festival’s 24th edition.
A dark comedy from Jackalope and a go-for-the-jugular solo performance are among this week’s best bets.
American Shoeshine and Shinemen screen at the Stony Island Arts Bank this Friday.
Mary Chase’s Pulitzer Prize-winning 1945 comedy was and remains a sweet break from the general awfulness.
“The Dangerous Professors” marries art and education in response to online attacks on higher-ed teachers.
Water From Your Eyes play a benefit tonight for Our Music My Body, a campaign by Chicago nonprofits Between Friends and Rape Victim Advocates to fight harassment in the music scene.
This week’s featured gig poster was created by local artist Andy Burkholder.
Also, Toni Preckwinkle will run for reelection as Cook County Board president next year.
Service Sanitation porta-potties have become a ubiquitous sight at Chicago music festivals. And even if you don’t think you want to, you’re about to learn about the business that put them there.