Volume 48, Number 4
Friday at Sleeping Village, the Coven Classic presents fresh live renditions of danceable tracks from “witches and b#$!s from Grace Jones to Nina Simone.”
Nothing against “Monster Mash,” but Chicago has spawned lots of scary songs that sound good all year—these 13 tracks cover house, psych rock, techno, boogie, hip-hop, extreme metal, pop punk, and more.
This week’s featured gig poster was designed by local artist and comic Sarah Squirm.
Curator Mia Park wants to build a strong Asian- and Pacific Islander-American theater infrastructure in Chicago.
The rest of Porchlight’s raucous revival shines around her.
A primer on pet-play fetishes. Plus: what do when your weed dealer pulls a Louis C.K., and more
There’s not even a hint of Boris Karloff.
The strike is over and the Lyric is back in business.
The play wonders, can life for immigrants in America one day be humane?
Martin McDonagh’s characters are awful people, but they’re always fascinating.
Lee Padgett – sponsored advertisement
The Cool Kids hit Temperance to celebrate the tenth birthday of their first EP, an all-star Chicago crew plays Black Sabbath and Abba at the same Halloween show, and more.
“We deserve a seat at the bargaining table and we will not stop organizing until our union is recognized and we’ve negotiated a fair contract.”
Today the Pickers are best remembered as an early proving ground for one of their founders, guitar virtuoso Muriel Anderson.