Boho-swank decor and cocktails with ingredients from around the world give Beatnik a Mediterranean flair.
Brice’s friends and family gather at Sox park to celebrate what would’ve been his 40th birthday.
Also, Auschwitz survivor “Ben the Barber” dies at 98.
Volume 47, Number 8
Denzel Washington stars in this legal thriller by Nightcrawler director Dan Gilroy.
Just as in Oscar Wilde’s time, there are whispers in the audience.
A musical for Parrotheads and a comedy revue from GayCo are among this week’s best bets.
“If you’re climbing properly on a tree,” Nagan says, “you never fall; you swing.”
Challenged to create a dish with yuzu kosho, Park creates a “pre-dessert.”
But don’t hold it against this North Center sandwich shop devoted to twists on the Jewish-American culinary canon.
The CPS boss apologizes for an invoice change he previously said he didn’t recall—after being shown proof of the change.
Abolitionist educator Mariame Kaba explores how survivors of sexual harassment and violence can find justice outside the legal system, and how perpetrators can embrace accountability.
Dan Savage advises a woman aroused by fantasies of humiliating others, and one fed up with her husband’s demands for public sex.
The parade, Christkindlmarket, open restaurants, recommended films, and more Thanksgiving goings-on
A new show at Firecat Projects spotlights the quirky and captivating work of an artist known for her embroideries.