Magician Paige Thompson takes over the artist-in-residence slot at Chicago Magic Lounge (5050 N. Clark) with her show A Paige in Time, opening tonight at 7 PM and running Wednesdays through 12/21. Thompson combines autobiography with sleight-of-hand to illustrate the moments “that have motivated her to pursue her passion and fuel the inspiration for her […]
Cursed by COVID this Halloween season? The Malliway Brothers conjure up alternatives to get you in the spirit.
Two television addicts talk about the all-too-relatable middle school cringe comedy.
Kristen Sollée explained our current witchy moment, with detours into mythology, theology, and Bewitched.
Also, a group of witches hope to end Logan Square gentrification, and a local architect is tapped to design Washington D.C.’s World War I memorial.
Stacy Schiff talks about her new book The Witches: Salem, 1692 and why the trials are a seminal American story.
There is deep magic in the recesses of Craigslist’s “musicians” personals. Here are some shortcuts to navigating it.
Is it too early for a Bloody Mary? I know it’s not autumn but this legend is about a fall and regardless of the season, dating can be scary.
Magical pigs are a drug on the market
In this podcast: cigar-box guitars, garage legends, new local music, and more