An eating contest, a water fight, and som tam-making contest, and 18 Thai restaurants celebrate a belated Songkran in Uptown this weekend.
“Half-assed everything, that’s what we get.”
There are so many narratives the show requires an LED crawl to keep them straight.
Shabazz Palaces at the Empty Bottle and more goings-on 5/11-5/13.
The cumbersome, contrived, and dull A Home on the Lake is not it.
Charitably, Marc Acito’s show can be considered children’s theater for adults.
Illinois Craft Beer Week features a new festival, plus it’s short and sweet this year at only one week long.
Looking back at Market Frenzy, one of the first local music podcasts that launched in (gasp!) 2005.
Other lucrative plants like coffee and chocolate are grown in multiple locations.
Volume 47, Number 31
The pain of the repeal of the soda tax continues to fizzle.
The veteran underground filmmaker reflects on his four-decade career.
The Brokedowns keep on outliving other punk bands, and on the new single from the upcoming Sick of Space, these grown-ass adults still rule.
The sessions for Orquesta Akokán’s stellar debut album were organized in Havana by a pair of Afro-Cuban music lovers from New York.
The eponymous Prometheus is seen not so much as standing for anything as he is standing, basta.