Losurdo talks about the brief, tumultuous history of Life Sentence’s best-known lineup, the importance of making their music available again, and the possibility of a partial reunion.
Little Village property owners are seeing benefits in a new proposed state senate bill.
Heavy Trip and other goings on 10/5-10/7.
“Improv actors are like the best canvassers ever!”
You’ve got till February 2019 to say good-bye to the EDM-focused club.
Volume 48, Number 1
A Mott St satellite in Logan Square is dedicated to a new variation on the once-rare diner-style cheeseburger.
Firebrand’s production features fearless, fantastic singers.
Stars may not seem to be working, but they are—and that’s the tragedy of this new film.
A strong cast makes a stiff story soar.
An Arizona community reenacts a century-old episode of monumental cruelty.
Otherworld Theater’s excellently plotted saga is enjoyable and moving.
Every week, a different actor takes the stage to lead the audience through this participatory experience.
Among their demands: black and Latino teachers and administrators, ethnic studies classes and clubs, and bilingual education
Sen Morimoto’s mix of hip-hop, pop, prog, and jazz has won over international entertainment platform 88 Rising, but for now he’s sticking with his friends at Chicago indie Sooper Records.