A new book offers some surprising glimpses into the city’s early 20th century underworld.
Showcasing 500 years of American literature, the Chicago museum will include immersive exhibits and rare treasures.
On the 50th anniversary of the iconic sculpture’s groundbreaking in Daley Plaza, a new book uncovers some old dirt.
In her new book, Body Horror: Capitalism, Fear, Misogyny, Jokes, the cultural critic chronicles injustices waged against the female body.
Paleontologist Lance Grande’s new book pulls the curtain back on the Chicago institution. Curators: Behind the Scenes of Natural History Museums (University of Chicago Press) is out March 21. Here, a few things you’ll learn. 1 A pro “extraction team” is on retainer. Curators at the Field have been trapped behind the lines of a … Read more
Featuring contributions from Eula Biss, Tim Kinsella, Joe Meno, and more, Make X: A Decade of Literary Art celebrates the city’s literary communities.
Adam Reed Tucker has a few million bricks and a taste for the unbuildable.
Agave gets its due next door to Johnny’s Grill.
South by Southwest kicks off this weekend, but if you're not going, Saturday is the Hideout's 20th annual South By Southwest Send-off Party, a concert and fundraiser featuring all eight bands representing Chicago at the festival. The party, launched by Hideout owners Tim and Katie Tuten in the late '90s, raises between $5,000 and $10,000 annually … Read more
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