Rapper Joshua Virtue retires that persona to become Rama, Gyrate and Strapped throw stacked parties for Pride month, and more ...
The ensemble of 1619: The Journey of a People at Fleetwood-Jourdain Theatre Credit: Basil Clunie Through 6/30: Sat 7 PM, Sun ...
Openly stating, “No fats, femmes, or Asians” (“no FFA” for short, and sometimes the more expansively exclusionary “No Asians, ...
Orlando-based playwright Ashleigh Ann Gardner’s fascinating science-fiction play is set in a dystopian future, in a high-tech bunker where a scientist and her AI companion (really just a disembodied ...
Khaled Hosseini’s 2003 novel, The Kite Runner, about the diverging paths of two boys in Kabul during the 1970s and after, is a moving and sorrowful story of how geopolitical, class, and religious ...
While green-dyed light lagers flowed from taps across Chicago on Saint Patrick’s Day, Pho No. 1 Brewing Co. in Belmont Heights delivered a different take, brewing a green stout with pandan leaf and ...
Reader Bites celebrates dishes, drinks, and atmospheres from the Chicagoland food scene. Have you had a recent food or drink experience that you can’t stop thinking about? Share it with us at ...
It’s safe to assume that any Haymarket Opera Company performance will transport you from the blare of contemporary life to the more genteel soundscape of the baroque. Last weekend’s production of ...
The Moviegoer is the diary of a local film buff, collecting the best of what Chicago’s independent and underground film scene ...
Liz Jackson Hearns's Voice Lab provides gender-affirming vocal coaching—and in the process, explodes ideas of what voices ...
Chicago was home to the country’s first fetish clothing store. The groundbreaking business later became a leading purveyor of ...
Oddball hip-hop band Mother Fortune hit the stage with a new EP, and Tara C. Mahadevan throws an IRL party for her online ...