A canny survival-in-the-wilderness tale from the director of The Belko Experiment is now available to stream on multiple online platforms.
Volume 47, Number 6
Escape! Wonderful escape!
At the Wicker Park barstaurant, Adam Wendt chefs up the iconic original snack—and offers constructions southern-food aficionados might find controversial.
Alexandre O. Philippe’s documentary slices and dices the shower scene from Hitchcock’s Psycho
“Seventy percent of my calls are ‘ring tosses,’ where the spouse throws a ring in anger,” Jim Evans says.
It screens at this year’s Polish Film Festival in America.
This quintet reunites at iO Theater for more shameless, whiz-bang comedy.
The Last Week Tonight host tells the world what Chicagoans have known for years: cities are wasting billions on corporate welfare in the name of “jobs, jobs, jobs.”
Two free programs screen Saturday at Block Museum of Art.
Also, Chance the Rapper slams Emanuel’s plan to build $95 million police training academy.
Two new art exhibits try to recast a bloody, inhumane time period in a positive light.
The new “Blueprint for Autonomous Urbanism” seeks to ensure self-driving vehicles do cities more good than harm.
An inspirational kids’ show and a not-be-missed Lyric Opera production are among this week’s best bets.
The Chicago 21 development plan is alive and well in Rahm and Rauner’s HQ2 offer to Jeff Bezos.