MPAACT’s Summer Jams and more goings-on 7/31-8/2
Some of the choicest repertory cinema in the Chicagoland area screens in 35-millimeter at the NPL.
Despite filing multiple complaints against guards and inmates, Strawberry Hampton is being denied a transfer to a women’s prison.
Afro-futurism short films at Chicago Filmmakers and more goings on 7/27-7/29.
And you know what? It’s really good!
“They’re willing to take a chance, and a lot of companies don’t do that.”
A modern update of Everyman faces death with jokes and gimmicks that verge on cutesiness.
According to Cook County clerk David Orr, in the last year alone $660 million in property taxes went into tax increment financing (TIF) districts.
Neckbeard Deathcamp turn racist Internet edgelords’ weapons against them on White Supremacy Is for Basement Dwelling Losers.
They are stay-at-home mothers who want to be there for their families but also feel productive and want to contribute to their household budgets; they are men leaving behind meaningless jobs and trying to help the communities where they live; they are people working long nights and multiple jobs to pursue a dream; they are […]
Build a terrarium! Sew a baby bib! Design your own perfume!
The “underpants extraordinaire” teaches a BYOB Friday-night class at Lillstreet Art Center.
From curtains to medical models, this is the place to go to play with ideas in physical form.
The Chicago VIP opening of Refinery 29’s touring installation 29Rooms featured footwork, celebrity sightings, and scads of backdrops for Instagram-worthy photos.
The Makers Issue