David Catlin’s dazzling aerial-acrobatic production returns.
Navy veteran Ryan Shannon reflects on “what got me off the couch.”
On Monday, Dave Rempis plays an improvised solo concert; on Wednesday, he leads a band through the material on a great record by soulful South African bassist Johnny Dyani.
Also, Uber CEO Trevor Kalanick was forced to resign in a downtown Chicago hotel Tuesday.
Best of Chicago 2017 as it appeared in print
A new exhibit shows off the life and times of the Doomsday Clock.
The former Saigon Sisters chef stands out amid the Four Star Restaurant Group empire.
Police said cyclist Louis Ray Smith “swerved into” a car before he was killed—but we’ve heard only the driver’s side of the story.
No matter what Illinois Democrats do to dislodge the budget stalemate, the governor will blast them.
Director Feras Fayyad rides with the White Helmets, the heroic volunteers of the conflict.
A Toto show in the Chicago suburbs has become my dad’s “wake before he sleeps,” now that he’s been diagnosed with a rare terminal cancer.
At least Colin Trevorrow and Greg Hurwitz’s film is an interesting failure.
A one-woman show to buckle up for and an intimate, retro revue are among this week’s best bets.
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