25 Surviving Treasures from Postwar Chicago—and Beyond
At 36, the talented choreographer Eddy Ocampo is finally getting the audience he deserves.
Whether you’re headed to Ravinia or just out to the backyard, consider a few stylish picnic ideas from Oprah’s event planner, Debi Lilly.
On the eve of a major exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art, the Oak Park cartoonist (along with some of his contemporaries) offers an introduction to a genre that is successfully blurring the line between literature and art.
Ministering Angel // Rev. Thomas J. Behrens // The Night Ministry Photograph by Katrina Wittkamp Rev. Thomas J. Behrens In 1976, Tom Behrens, then 30, held a job as a mortgage banker. With graduate degrees from the McCormick Theological Seminary and the Jane Addams College of Social Work at the University of Illinois at Chicago, … Read more
In Chicago, “BYO” used to be synonymous with bare-bones ethnic storefronts. Now it’s a winning formula for a crop of ambitious chef-owners who offer an attractive combination of BYO and upscale fare. Here are six places where you can enjoy an inventive meal and your own bottle, all while paying little to no corkage.
A Spanish rookie joins the season’s hottest dance ticket.
Michael Shannon’s talent for playing the maligned (and psychotic) just earned him a shot at leading man.
Welcome to the most innovative block in town.
Meet dancer Britta Lazenga, the Joffrey’s rising star.