Five must-do happenings during Chicago Design Week from October 20-27
Households in the rental assistance program are a significant (and significantly overlooked) constituency in Chicago.
Also, the long-awaited Apple flagship on the Chicago River is opening Friday.
The CHA’s sleeping giant: cover illustration by Pam Wishbow
A pop-up gallery by The Daily Show enshrines the propaganda of the world’s most dangerous man.
The spirit is an anomaly in a state where most distilleries are focused on whiskey, gin, and vodka.
A massive robatayaki parachutes in from Hollywood.
Domhnall Gleeson is author A.A. Milne in this tale of a childhood scarred by fame.
More than 100 painters contributed to this extraordinary animated feature about the genius’s last days.
What might be gory fun as a late-night show to be viewed drink in hand just ain’t so from the seats at the Mercury.
Also, Durbin confronts Jeff Sessions on his failure to solve Chicago’s gun violence issues.
Lakshmi Ramgopal, who usually performs solo as Lykanthea, bids farewell to the songs on her Migration EP this Saturday with a nine-member multidisciplinary group.
Heather Trost’s first record is sophisticated keyboard-driven pop that nods to Stereolab, bossa nova, Italian horror soundtracks, and more.
Northwestern University professor Pamela Bannos’s new book, Vivian Maier: A Photographer’s Life and Afterlife, takes on the myth of the now-famous street photographer.
A new exhibit at the Chicago Architecture Foundation has lofty ambitions but could use some gravity.