Challenged to create a dish with the South American fruit known as the tree tomato, Bino Ottoman of the Ruin Daily keeps things simple.
Wisconsin’s Baked Cheese Haus makes epic melted raclette sandwiches.
Also, actor Stacy Keach speaks after his onstage heart attack.
When the CHA scaled back supervouchers, people with disabilities were hurt the most, a new study finds.
The Chicago Blues Festival refreshes itself
After foregrounding his radical politics with last year’s “16 Shots,” Vic Mensa emphasizes the pop aspects of his rap songs on a new EP.
Also, the ACLU slams Emanuel’s new police reform monitor plan.
There’s no need to slog through traffic jams in order to commune with nature.
As a bill that would give Chicago an elected school board moves toward Governor Bruce Rauner’s desk, he has to decide which of his adversaries he’ll smite.
A blockbuster vehicle for the venerable superhero plays down her radical feminist roots.
What to do. Plus: a “GGG” clarification
Tanya Barfield’s clear-eyed play follows two women over the course of their five-decade-long lesbian relationship.
A revamped version of Leonard Bernstein’s operetta and a taut, intense two-hander are among this week’s best bets.
Alfred Uhry and Jason Robert Brown’s Tony Award winner gives us a love story set in hell.
Jimmy Johnson—older brother of Syl—started out playing soul, but he came into his own as a bluesman in the late 1970s.