The Beermiscuous Field Guide and Beer Lover’s Chicago approach the task of providing a guidebook to Chicagoland breweries in different ways.
Volume 47, Number 11
The visual achievement of Guillermo del Toro’s new fantasy can’t alleviate its reductive worldview.
An Equity touring production of the Carole King musical and an evening of Latinx sketch comedy are among this week’s best bets.
Also, a judge has banned Dennis Hastert from unsupervised contact with minors and porn.
Dan Savage advises a letter writer in search of sex advice for those on the spectrum, and more.
The Lula Cafe chef’s menu is its own form of contemporary art.
Maplewood Brewery & Distillery is finally releasing its spirits to the public with the opening of its new Logan Square tasting room.
Facilitator Ayako Kato says she started her workshop to “offer an opportunity to overcome loneliness.”
Transportation experts and advocates weigh in.
The mayor brings in a new CPS CEO, Janice Jackson, just in time to shutter more schools.
Tim Nagle has embedded himself in the city’s young rock and hip-hop scenes, and he draws on his friends there for a book-release party on Tuesday at Schubas.
Heartbreak, trauma, economics, and the CTA’s new prevention effort
Puccini’s opera returns to the Lyric, and so does its troubling Orientalism.
Lolita Chakrabarti’s biodrama about the first black actor to play Othello on the London stage gets the story wrong for all the wrong reasons.