Challenged to create a dish centered around yellow onion, the Delta chef makes a version of liver and onions that uses the allium seven ways.
Four EDM lifers celebrate a milestone by taking over 88.7 FM for 20 consecutive hours.
Catch The King and I before it closes, satirize politics with the comedy group Capitol Steps, and more to do this weekend.
Volume 46, Number 38
Lesley Williams, Evanston’s popular “Cranky Librarian,” resigns.
The past is not dead. It’s not even past.
Also, a GOP state representative says Rauner and Madigan need to “sit on the sidelines” to let lawmakers reach a compromise on the long-overdue state budget.
One of the last regional chippers hangs it up.
The Neo-Futurists’ takes on camp classics and the evocation of a torpedoed WWII ship are among this week’s best bets.
The latest feature by filmmaker João Pedro Rodrigues opens Friday at the Music Box.
Your guide to Independence Day fireworks and other happenings in and around Chicago.
The new 6,000-square-foot patio boasts bocce courts, a camper bar, a fire pit—and some underwhelming food and drink offerings.
Johnny Johnson follows a pacifist into the trenches of WWI and beyond.
A look at the rising local artist and his approachable, lively, and darkly humorous drawings and paintings
Logan Square’s pan-subcontinental storefront excels with the familiar.