Delving into Chicago’s past, the author picked up the trail of a forgotten literary light whose life uncannily paralleled their own.
A new book offers guides to 35 urban trails around the city. We walked the author’s hometown route.
Fifty years ago, a self-taught composer from the Ida B. Wells Homes exploded the staid world of classical music. Now, at 70, he’s trying to beat the odds and do it again.
Released by Why? Records, Art Is Love, Vol. 1 compiles unreleased demos and tracks produced in quarantine.
How three drink professionals raised more than $17,000 for out-of-work staff in their industry
Before she was a staple of Bon Appétit’s obsessively watched YouTube channel, the Northwestern grad and formerChicago intern hung at Hopleaf, Big Star, and the Publican.
On Tuesday night, more than 250 performers will participate in Full Pink Moon, a streamed version of an opera by composer Pauline Oliveros.
On tending an ill partner, taking her book tour online, and Zoom trolls
The composer of Behind the Wallpaper on David Lynch, her love affair with the surreal, and suburbia’s shadowy underbelly