WhiskyFest and more goings-on March 23-25.
Films by Hitchcock, Cukor, and Minnelli turn up on this list of classics from before the Stonewall era.
There will be events all month, all over to get you on your feet
Nell Scovell brings her fight to change the entertainment industry to Chicago next week.
Volume 47, Number 24
But the food at the northwest-side brewery and cidery is Brewpub 101.
Rapper and activist Ric Wilson grew up attending Fellowship Missionary Baptist, a south-side congregation that helped nurture the civil rights movement.
A Chicago character so large, one Reader profile could not contain him. Of course he lives in L.A. now.
Arthur Swidzinski and Mike Kosciesza planned to document their adventure, but never thought it would take ten years.
But the organizers promise they’ll #keepmondaysweird.
Chicago ranks 13th in the U.S. for friendliness to food trucks and is the second-most expensive city in the nation for food truck fees, according to “Food Truck Nation,” a comprehensive study by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation.
Challenged to create a dish with Vegemite, chef Brent Balika adds the savory Australian spread to a classic duck preparation.
Mind Over Mirrors will not only give three performances at the museum but also release a stunning recording of the music from the project on April 6.
The Weeknd, Bruno Mars, Jack White, and the Arctic Monkeys headline the massive Grant Park festival in August.
Cook County voters overwhelmingly came down in favor of making weed completely legal Tuesday.