Beer & Bands for Comfort Station This fund-raiser for Logan Square arts hub Comfort Station features a diverse bill of live music (Dos Santos, Phoelix, Dim, and Campdogzz) plus beer from Goose Island, cider from Virtue, and hard seltzer from White Claw. See Gossip Wolf for more. Sat 9/8, 4 PM, Illinois Centennial Monument, 2595 […]
“People try to get out of jury duty, but what we find is that once they are actually on a jury they take it seriously and they want to get it right.”
The choreographer returns to Chicago to celebrate the beauty of the lakefront.
The show explores the question “Are we the new Romans?” without much subtlety.
Nicolas Vanier’s latest film celebrates the flora and fauna of Sologne, the rural region of north-central France where he grew up.
Comics Devin Middleton and Jordan Stafford send up race without pulling punches.
A mother’s teenager comes out as trans, and all she can say is, “What about me?”
The talent behind Maple & Ash’s Gold Coast lands in Wicker Park.
Volume 47, Number 48
Our mayor is on the ropes, and with him the centrist brand of politics aggressively practiced by Emanuel over the last 25 years.
A sign-off and an appreciation—plus some favorite stories from the past 25 years
Chicago hardcore bruisers Uglybones celebrate a new album by opening for Subhumans, arts incubator AMFM throws a free festival to address food deserts, and more.
The creator of Henri, le Chat Noir has curated a film festival for everyone—even dog people.
This week’s featured gig poster was designed by local comedian and artist Sarah Squirm.
But the production’s happy ending feels unearned.