Current musical obsessions of Chicago singer-songwriters Tatiana Hazel and Melo Makes Music and Reader intern Julia Hale
“If a woman has headphones on, she doesn’t want to talk to anyone unless the train is literally on fire.”
Protest images from the last two years will inspire you to get to the polls.
The sharpest political mind in southeastern Michigan belongs to a 15-year-old girl named Sadia. She’s not old enough to vote, nor is she a citizen—and neither are her parents. Plus she’s superbusy. She’s got school, and then because, birth order-wise, she sits somewhere in the middle of a gaggle of kids, some of whom have […]
These chemigrams mimic the chromosomal mutations he inherited from his parents.
Playwright Steve Schalchlin’s survival turns the musical into something hopeful and defiant.
Tropes of the genre just don’t work onstage the same way they do on-screen.
Rattleback Records, opened by a retired elementary school principal who lives in Edgewater, sells new and used vinyl, CDs, and cassettes.
Though House Bill 4469 to turn Cook County Jail into an official polling location remains at a standstill, representatives who worked on the bill remain positive and motivated.
Next week’s election could be the first in nearly 30 years to unseat a Cook County judge
Volume 48, Number 5
A pelvic floor physical therapist comes to the rescue. Plus: Dan gives advice to a straight woman in love with a gay man.
Like the black experience, the show is messy, fun, shocking, and unpredictable.
The director has always been fascinated by processes, but this time the people behind them scarcely register.