Challenged to create a cocktail with the antacid, Gary Matthews of Drumbar comes up with a twist on the Ramos Gin Fizz.
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Bertrand Bonello’s 2016 masterpiece is currently in the middle of a weeklong Chicago run at Facets.
Also, a judge has sealed Jason Van Dyke’s statements to IPRA about Laquan McDonald shooting.
Greetings from Logan Square, the Customer is Always Right, Pinocchio, and more of the best things to do in Chicago the week of 9/11-9/14.
Also, Rauner is visiting China and Japan on his first international trade mission this week.
Writer-comedian-podcaster Eric Barry’s essay on why he’s leaving Chicago for New York City went viral for all the wrong reasons.
Despite growing interest in rent regulation, Pilsen residents facing displacement remain skeptical of lawmakers.
Comfort Station’s “Greetings From Logan Square” exhibit, comic Max Amini at the Athenaeum Theatre, and more of the best things to do in Chicago the weekend of 9/8-9/10.
Colorado native Kenny Warren played in Chicago with Slavic Soul Party! last weekend, but he’s got his own thing brewing too.
Also, Mayor Emanuel is trying to persuade Amazon to locate its second headquarters in Chicago.
After ending his long-running indie-pop project Casiotone for the Painfully Alone in 2010, Chicago-based musician Owen Ashworth launched Orindal Records. It was part of a musical rebirth, but more a […]
Toronto-born Matthew Stevens represents a new breed of jazz guitarist. He’s an improviser with a deep investment in harmonic exploration, but his music dispenses with most of the hallmarks of […]
Philadelphia five-piece Sheer Mag’s glammy, lo-fi garage rock has been taking the world by storm since they released their first single in 2014. Fueled by a handful of blown-out 45s, […]
Frode Gjerstad once explained the concept of his group Detail as “too free for the jazzers and too jazzy for the improvisers.” The 69-year-old Norwegian reedist, who currently favors alto […]