The paranormal investigation organization is based out of president Dale Kaczmarek’s Oak Lawn basement.
James Gleick studies the history of time travel and discovers that time as we know it is changing as rapidly as it did 100 years ago.
The Indians’ second baseman is the son of a man caught up in the 2007 trial of newspaper magnate Conrad Black.
A few handy apps can save you a World Series of anger and misery.
A survey of Chicago magic’s illustrious past, reemergent present—and the woman who could be its future
New York had Broadway. LA had Hollywood. Chicago had magic.
The self-styled “experiential illusionist” is in the midst of the most ambitious trick of her young career.
Despite after-hours nightclub conclaves and Freemason-like fraternal initiation ceremonies, the mystique of the magic community is mostly smoke and mirrors.
Catch local illusionists and touring acts around the city at venues old and new.
Offering cards to coins to expert advice, the venerable store is Chicago’s one-stop shop for wannabe and veteran magicians.
With the new Northbrook Korean barbecue joint, Chicagoans finally have a destination for grilled pork belly.
The drinks are a bit uneven, but the weeknight atmosphere is inviting.
Sharp-tongued veteran rapper Vic Spencer is at his best when he eases back on the swagger.
American Football became heroes to the emo scene after breaking up in obscurity—and 17 years later, they’ve returned with a second album.
Also, hacked WikiLeaks e-mails show that the Clinton campaign weighed attacking Rahm.