Massa Cafe Italiano owner Angelo Lollino is competing in the Gelato World Tour Grand Finale.
Thu 9/14, 7 PM, Spin Chicago
Pianist Alexander Hawkins and reedist Shabaka Hutchings, both imaginative and versatile players, debut at the Chicago Jazz Festival on Sunday with Louis Moholo-Moholo.
Also, the family of man shot to death by a CPD officer in 2011 is asking for a special prosecutor.
The Chicago Jazz Festival
Latina, Asian-American, and African-American cyclists weigh in.
Cox answers questions about the 1987 film in advance of a September 8 revival screening at the Music Box Theatre.
Challenged to create a dish with Manischewitz Concord Grape Wine, Stephen Hasson of Ugo’s Kitchen & Bar comes up with a take on his grandmother’s brisket—then puts it on a pizza.
Also, the Field Museum is giving Sue her own private suite.
The megachurch pastor turned the other cheek to victims of Hurricane Harvey. How very Donald Trump of him.
Dan Savage dispenses some tough love.
“People are not out here living to their full potential,” Henderson says. “I only have the right side of my body and I’m still trying to do better.”
When Englewood gang members convene for a week in August to compete in the Battle of the Blocks basketball tournament, residents report a marked drop in violence in the neighborhood. Why aren’t there more programs like it?
Celebrity chef Michael Mina’s simulacrum of a jaunty French brasserie caters to the inmates of a Gold Coast luxury hotel.
A new indie comedy and a new Belgian drama expose the underside of matrimony.