About four years ago, the Gage Gallery at Roosevelt University mounted an exhibition of photographs from the Reader’s black-and-white era, which ended in 2004. The gallery is small, maybe three rooms, and on opening night, it was packed with old Reader people, many of whom had flown back to Chicago from wherever they’d moved to […]
Jazz Fest’s ten days of neighborhood concerts, satellite shows, and aftersets include Kidd Jordan, Angel Bat Dawid, Jeff Parker, Marc Ribot, and Ben Sidran.
It makes you wonder why they even bothered.
A Fulton Galley newcomer fills a Thai food void in the West Loop.
New releases and revivals
And now’s your chance to see it.
The Reader holds its first telethon this Friday.
Why are we doing this again?
Dan Savage advises a would-be dynamic duo, a wannabe male unicorn, and more.
On butterflies and the urban forest
“This, too, is Torah,” says Danya Ruttenberg.
Elinor Cook’s drama gets a gritty and tender U.S. premiere from Interrobang Theatre Project.
Chicago nonprofit Open the Circle works to spread a local Black dance culture that can knit together youth communities.
The Argentine stand-up hosts the first-ever all-Spanish showcase at Stage 773’s annual celebration of women in comedy.