Volunteer in Austin, Humboldt Park, Garfield Park or along the lakefront this weekend.
In the new Amy Schumer comedy, the road to empowerment leads straight to the cash register.
The Straight Dope: Should you get a moo-ve on if a cow comes charging your way?
And there are clowns.
Eclipse Theatre kicks off its season-long tribute to William Inge with one of his lesser works.
Cannabis, marijuana, reefer, mary jane, weed, pot, bud, herb, ganja, we’ve covered it all.
Along with providing recipes, the new quarterly demystifies weed as a stoner staple.
The Pot Issue
Weed Day coverage: a Chicago zine devoted to cooking with pot, how to take a weed bath, dealing with stoned drivers—and more.
Tensions between Palestinians and Israelis, tradition and modernity mark the 17th edition of the long-running festival at Gene Siskel Film Center.
Composer David Lang and director Dado turns Hans Christian Andersen’s tragic fairy tale into a performance installation.
Grant James Varjas’s new play is a band rehearsal in real time—and it gets really loud.
Firebrand Theatre produces an uplifting and of-the-moment musical comedy based on the 1980 film.
Yes, Chicago does have a history of punks who’ve shown Nazis what’s what.
Can you get high from soaking in a tub full of pot-infused bath salts?