Challenged to create a dish with Manischewitz gefilte fish in gelled broth, chef Ashlee Aubin tries hot applications—with disastrous results.
Environmental Encroachment’s trumpeter never leaves home without an animal pelt.
The dazzling custom vehicles on display are “driving works of art.”
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Also, a Northwestern professor and an Oxford University employee are wanted for murder in connection with a stabbing death in River North.
The latest from director Kathryn Bigelow and writer Mark Boal is ambitious but uneven.
The local artist is the subject of a new exhibit at the MCA.
A “queer as f**k riot grrrl musical” and Chicago Dance Crash’s latest story-length hip-hop showcase are among this week’s best bets.
Everything about this year’s Fed Up Fest—the bystander intervention training, the panel discussions on aging in punk, the frenzied yet thoughtful music—manifested the spirit of resistance, hope, and direct action.
Theater Oobleck puts the lid on Baudelaire in a Box with a final installment and a marathon staging of the whole shebang.
The Boston troupe, who are the subject of a Netflix documentary, aren’t defined by their condition.
Playwright Branden Jacobs-Jenkins resurrects a wildly popular—and wildly racist—19th-century melodrama.
The Wall of Respect is gone, but its impact shouldn’t be forgotten.
This week’s featured gig poster was designed by local artist Dan Black of Landland.
Also, the number of homicides in Chicago in 2017 is now on pace to exceed 2016 levels.