Prince could hardly have avoided influencing Chicago house, whose earliest, most ardent fans were queer Black and Brown kids.
“Amazements,” a screening of recent and older works, screens at the Block Museum of Art.
Noah Baumbach’s latest film about divorce shows both parents not as enemies but as humans
The choose-your-own-adventure-style parody features all the best tropes and treats of made-for-TV holiday specials.
Tonya Crowder still dreams that she and her fiance, Roosevelt Myles—who’s been in prison for decades fighting what he says is a wrongful conviction—will one day build a life together somewhere “nice, quiet, and simple.”
Dan Savage reads the riot act to a professor sleeping with former students, and more.
Highlights of the 2020 Frequency Festival include a fusion of Carnatic music and jazz, a solo vocal piece for Diamond Reynolds, and programs of work by Eliane Radigue and Annea Lockwood.
New model will launch in 2020
“As long as I got YouTube and the latest iPhone, I’m Gucci.”
Furries aren’t all fetishists—they’re members of a supportive community who (sometimes) don costumes to feel more comfortable in their own skins.
North Park has a new Yemeni restaurant from a veteran Yemeni restaurateur.
This week’s featured gig poster was created by Chicago artist Angel Onofre.
Travel tips for Chicago from 1893 (yes, you should tip your servers).
Imagine covering Michael Madigan and Kim Foxx the way Republican-run media cover Trump.
Eclipse Theatre’s all-Durang seasons finishes strong with a brutal black comedy about post-9/11 paranoia.