Look beyond the grill at this newish Middle Eastern spot.
KEN Mode and other goings on 10/12-10/14
There’s never been a more important moment for alternative newsweeklies in America. Nor have they ever been so difficult to pull together. There’s no funding, little support. The very notion of unfake news has been degraded in recent years—it’s downright reviled by the White House. Daily newspapers are shrinking as they struggle to keep themselves […]
Volume 48, Number 2
New owners at the Reader; a new editorial “we” at the Sun-Times.
Between the lines of intellectual jargon, Tom Stoppard’s play is about the loss of innocence.
But patient audiences will find something to like in Steppenwolf for Young Adults’s new production.
Third Eye Ensemble tells the incredibly true adventure of two early American girls in love.
The Lettuce vet’s Logan Square restaurant puts whimsical twists on standards like wedge salad and beer-cheese soup.
The devil has a much easier time raking up the souls of castle-dwelling men.
The script’s strict logic is its greatest weakness.
The play suffers from trying to be about too much.
All that’s left of the angry satire is punishment.
The Black, Brown, and Indigenous Crew Punk Fest connects underground music with radical politics to make a community with room for everyone.
There’s also something weirdly liberating about the sight of Oompa Loompas toting knives.