A retroactive solution. Plus: What to do with a booty caller, and more
Andrew Johnston has gotten accolades from Grammy-winner Sam Smith, but he keeps getting hassled for his subway and street performances.
After a final show June 16, bandmates Emily Nejad and Maggie Kubley will work together at Nejad’s custom cake business.
That’s the not the real problem with vector-borne diseases.
If anything points to the need for an elected CPS school board that’s independent of the mayor, this is it.
Cheer-Accident and more goings-on 6/8-6/10.
Lines blur between the cast and the audience.
Now that Kris Vire’s out at Time Out, Chicago print media has just one full-time theater critic.
Organic Theater Company tackles climate change, Big Pharma, family dysfunction, the evils of the media machine, and too much else for one play.
The aftershocks of the slave trade echo from Benin to Hungary to Cuba to Cabrini Green.
2018 Chicago Blues Festival
Director Laura Scruggs pays tribute to shop owner Ted Frankel with Uncle Fun: You’re the One, screening Sunday at Chicago Filmmakers with the filmmaker and subject attending.
For Youth Inquiry’s allegory is didactic, but also engaging and entertaining.
Meet the indomitable Mary Emma Woolley and Jeannette Marks.
In tight quarters in Portage Park, chef Matt Saccaro and crew deliver quantities of quality.