The Reader‘s graphic designer and former director of photography and two sign painters explain how they created and photographed a mural in just 12 days.
If nothing else the mayoral race is full of experienced players equipped to speak some truth to Rahm.
Playwright Ricardo Gamboa and the cast have created interesting, flawed human beings.
This year’s theme is “Revolutionary Acts.”
Volume 47, Number 44
You’ve seen the artists: Taylor Bennett’s pyrotechnics, LL Cool J’s dancers, St. Vincent’s avant-garde stage presence. But away from the stage, there’s another show that photographer Alison Green worked to capture, one of people looking after other people—in quiet moments and in moments of exhaustion—and even an inflatable whale. People of Lollapalooza
NOLA native Brian Jupiter (Frontier) gives authenticity to this Cajun-creole spot in the former Beechwood Inn.
Two dueling theater companies debate who owns Shakespeare.
Dan advises a woman whose libido has soared since she went off hormonal birth control, and more.
The team that used to run Logan Hardware quietly opened Electric Jungle at the end of July.
Even with a hunky handyman, there’s no escape.
Spike Lee’s latest is set in 1970, but it’s all about 2018.
The play defeats expectations and shakes its audience up.
If the world can be saved, host Ricardo Gamboa believes it will be through open dialogue and dirty jokes.
With this summer’s Eat My Pussy, Chicago rapper Queen Key proves herself a star in the making, ready to carve out a larger role for women in the city’s hip-hop scene.