Palehound at a florist’s shop, Drab Majesty at the Museum of Surgical Science, Lume at the Damen Silos—Audiotree’s Far Out series makes its performances part of Chicago’s cityscape.
See the world premieres of eight new musicals.
Sugar Ray Dinke performs “Cabrini Green Rap” Tuesday at the Promontory at the book-release party for Ben Austen’s High-Risers: Cabrini-Green and the Fate of American Public Housing.
The British children’s show, wrote Lee Sandlin, “is the most blatant piece of prodrug propaganda since Aldous Huxley’s The Doors of Perception.”
Ziad Doueiri wrote and directed this tale of an irate Christian clashing with a Palestinian refugee.
Also, a new poll shows that more than a third of likely Democratic primary voters are undecided on the race for governor.
Cubs co-owner Todd Ricketts replaces Steve Wynn as the lead fund-raiser for the RNC because of course.
Chicago’s flashiest criminal defense attorney drops his novel with an Instagram invitation: “Is it fact or fiction?”
The successful children’s film also happens to be a better movie than The Shape of Water.
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Mark Konkol is named executive editor of the Chicago Reader.
Parent organizers have conducted a survey on the causes and solutions to debt spirals that affect them and their neighbors.
A classic profile of a very complicated subject.
This week’s featured gig poster was created by Josh Davis of Dead Meat Design.
Over two months of performances, artists demonstrate different means of fighting oppression.
Also, Afghan war veteran Miguel Perez Jr. could be deported this week.