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Jer Sklar’s feature Tom of Your Life makes its local premiere in a one-week run at the newly reopened Music Box.
What would it take to bring the grandeur back to the Loop?
The narrative that young and previously healthy Americans are the “new” pandemic patients is an erasure of Latino victims.
While Chicago opera plays on your phone, Symphony Center announces May opening.
The onetime Chicago theatermaker premieres his digital show for Mother’s Day; plus major awards for playwrights and designers and a tribute to Russ Tutterow
He’s controlling in bed and submissive online.
It’s been almost eight years since we’ve heard new music from local weirdos Paper Mice, but their brand-new 1-800-MONDAYS (Three One G) was worth the wait—it’s easily their best record yet. This time around, the trio blur the line between pop and herky-jerky math rock more thoroughly than ever before, stepping up the polyrhythms and […]
Chicago singer-songwriter RJ Griffith has released a cover of his uncle’s old R&B band the Fabulous Turks.
With two aldermen indicted on just one day, Chicago proves it’s second to none when it comes to corruption.
From Chicago to New Orleans, the performer, playwright, director, producer, and raconteur created deep connections.
Trans Latina Frances D’allesio talks survival, mental health, and food.
Chicago postpunk band Ganser made their new remix EP with help from social-media connections built during lockdown.
Not to alarm anyone, but no further Bandcamp Fridays have been announced—so don’t put off that music-buying binge another month.
This week’s featured gig poster was created for a CIVL and Skateistan benefit by Chicago designer Emily Burlew (also of the band Late Nite Laundry).