This Chicagoan’s sartorial strategy? “To always feel like I’m a video-game character”.
Energy healer Tori Washington thinks clothes go way beyond the surface.
Meanwhile the proposed HBO series Confederate is based on the premise that the south won the Civil War.
Also, two bars near Soldier Field are supporting Colin Kaepernick by refusing to show NFL games.
Volume 46, Number 46
A close encounter with Mizz Chelsla Green and Trisha Bass
“Do Not Resist? 100 Years of Police Violence in Chicago” seeks proposals, even from nonpolitical artists.
Anything goes at this affable weekly stand-up showcase, where one “lucky” audience member walks away with a soaking-wet wad of cashola.
The story of the long-running cop show, Jack Webb, and the LAPD
Also, parolees can no longer be arrested for being spotted with a gang member in Illinois.
The political comedy podcast has become a flash point in a larger fight between mainstream liberals and leftists.
The performing-arts showcase doubles as a celebratory creative outlet for marginalized people.
Inspired by Sanders, outraged by Trump, and betrayed by the neoliberal establishment, the reinvigorated Democratic Socialists of America set out to paint the town red.
This week’s featured gig poster was designed by local artist Keith Herzik.
Toilet: Ek Prem Katha is a satisfying Bollywood movie about the Clean India Mission.