Bia’s Cafe Mariano in Irving Park is a tribute to the patriarch of the great Logan Square Cuban loncheria.
Bill Cosby’s conviction leads Cecil Adams to a consideration of whether and how presidential pardons could be overturned.
And, in the process, examines how people cope with trauma—or don’t.
Strawdog’s production of Bennett Fisher’s play feels like a torturous lecture.
Taylor Street Tap has already hosted bluesmen such as Jimmy Johnson, Lurrie Bell, and Guy King.
Let’s hope voters in states from North Dakota to West Virginia appreciate senatorial independence from Trump.
Gene Siskel Film Center presents a dazzling monthlong retrospective on Jiří Trnka.
A new chef and a new outpost from low-key Logan Square restaurant group One of a Kind Hospitality make a case for themselves.
There’s spycraft, treason, exile, and insolence—and it’s raucous, cheerful fun.
The result is neither graphic nor novel, only a sluggish, muddy blur.
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If you like Frank Lloyd Wright, alpacas, and Ulysses S. Grant, here are some spots to check out this summer.
Riot Fest got Blink-182! Cypress Hill! Blondie! The Jesus Lizard! Liz Phair! Atmosphere! Beck! Cat Power! And . . . the 82-year-old Jerry Lee Lewis?
Thursday at the Owl, Andy Ortmann and Taralie Peterson play solo sets to open for Body Love, the duo of Ka Baird and Michael Zerang.