“We’re trying to see what games actually do, beyond the question ‘Do violent video games make people more violent?’” designer Ashlyn Sparrow says.
The spot from Jim Meehan and Heisler Hospitality offers solid cocktails in a stunning space.
Fooditor 99 and Unique Eats & Eateries of Chicago both offer a curated look at the Chicago restaurant scene.
The acclaimed documentary filmmaker’s new Netflix show is an interesting, if overlong, history lesson
The Lincoln Lodge’s Christmas Feztacular and more events the weekend of 12/22-12/24
As the Eradicator, Chicago hardcore veteran Andy Slania parlays a decades-old Kids in the Hall sketch into a living, breathing punk band.
Also, Grace restaurant has closed its door for good.
Hell in a Handbag’s 20th annual production of Rudolph the Red-Hosed Reindeer is among the yuletide highlights.
Volume 47, Number 12
From the repellent “Mag Mile” to the cilantro of nicknames, “Chi-town”
Chicago guitarists Bill MacKay and Ryley Walker invite musical friends of all stripes to the Hideout on Friday for a night of holiday cheer.
Our readers respond to the Worst of Chicago issue with their own least-favorite local people, places, and things.
With his return to Chicago, Hannibal Buress is reconnecting to his roots on the west side.
Critics who fall back on shallow tropes and ignorant cliches deny us an enriching understanding of the musical cultures in our own backyard.