By Sarah Collins, Esther Kang, Margaret Rhodes, and Cassie Walker
Every fest has its moments, and Lollapalooza 2010 was no exception. This year, we picked the most memorable—including best multi-generational act, greatest dance party of the year, and our favorite show for funky fan watching... Read more
Brasserie Jo (59 West Hubbard St.), the popular French restaurant in River North, will close its doors at the end of August, said Jerrod Melman of Lettuce Entertain You in an exclusive interview with Dish. With the lease expiring on the critically acclaimed brasserie next month, Jerrod and his brother, R. J., will renovate and reopen the... Read more
There are two kinds of Conan O’Brien fans in the world: the kind that scream “Woo!” when they hear the words “masturbating bear,” and the kind that love the swirly-haired comedian for the deep intellect underlying his asinine antics.
Then there's me: I’m not your average Coco-lover... Read more
The May issue of Chicago magazine features a long excerpt about the St. Valentine's Day Massacre, the gruesome 1929 murders of seven gangsters in a Chicago garage, from a new book about Al Capone. That book, Get Capone: The Secret Plot That Captured America's Most Wanted Gangster ($28; Simon & Schuster) by the journalist and best-selling author Jonathan Eig, went on sale this past Tuesday... Read more