Saturday is the perfect time to scour the shelves of Chicago’s bevy of local book nooks.
Lauren Goldstein created the Sugar and Spice Summit to connect women in the food industry with female college students and other young professionals; the second annual conference is this Saturday.
Guitarist Håvard Volden explores his obsession with microscopic sonic detail in a series of exploratory recordings, including a new duo with Jenny Hval.
Should we fear microcephaly causing diseases equally?
An honest conversation gets buried in too many layers of contrivance.
In 1989, a group of scientists united to establish protocol should aliens come a’knocking.
This adaptation of an Iraq war memoir by a “GI Joe Schmoe” is strangely lifeless.
The Peace House, at 64th and Honore, is “something good to see in our community instead of violence,” one resident said.
Post Animal at Lincoln Hall and more goings-on 4/27-4/29.
The Chicago Film Society presents a rare 35-millimeter screening of the Japanese director’s 1991 drama, a simple, tender story of love, friendship, and surfing.
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Volume 47, Number 29
“If Laquan McDonald hadn’t been killed and they’d elected to charge him with a crime, we would still be waiting to see that video.”
Black Pegasus owner Marc Davis talks about how his microlabel managed to release two tracks from the sessions for Common’s 1992 debut, Can I Borrow a Dollar?
Like the original production, Kokandy Productions’ revival weaves serviceable material into a compelling story.