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Maya Dukmasova on her December 26 cover story “Weedman’s not worried”: Drug Dealing doesn’t exactly lend itself to close-up media coverage. But on the eve of Illinois’s recreational cannabis legalization I decided to try convincing a weed delivery guy to show me his world. I had little to offer him as an incentive—for obvious reasons […]
The Balzekas Museum of Lithuanian Culture provides a piece of home to Lithuanian immigrants.
The filmmaker’s shorts program looks at an ever-changing world.
How to talk to children about legal weed, Donald Trump, and endless Middle Eastern wars
Arts and Business Council heads to the south and west sides.
A dispatch from a seven-hour-long line to buy weed at a dispensary, where the tote bags are free, the branding is consistent, and security wears Blue Lives Matter hats.
This week’s featured gig poster was designed by Chicago artist Bill Connors.
Remembering the dancer, choreographer, cofounder of Links Hall, and former Reader critic
Atina Diffley’s memoir about fighting Koch Industries becomes a compelling solo show with Saltbox Theatre Collective.
Pegasus Theatre Chicago celebrates 33 years of fostering teen writers.
The New York-based femme comedy troupe makes their Chicago debut at Sketchfest.
The Nigerian American MC hopes to help support his family by making music—and he’s filled his crew with cousins.
The Guatemalan immigrant shares his own perspectives on failure and finding his voice.
Death by Toys specializes in repurposed action figures, 80s nostalgia, and a bestselling empty box you have to see to believe.