Who’s playing this summer? When? Where? Here’s our big roundup of the upcoming music festivals in town and on the road.
The Secretary of State’s longtime friend Sidney Blumenthal, a Chicago guy, is one of Guccifer’s hacking victims. What do his emails reveal?
Banana Republic’s new Mad Men collection will help Chicago guys push spring fashion past the standard Polo shirt.
Sure, there’s a blizzard on the horizon, but that doesn’t mean you can’t invite spring into your closet.
February 9, 2013–The DuSable Museum opened its groundbreaking new exhibition, Geoffrey & Carmen: A Memoir in Four Movements, with an unforgettable evening of entertainment,
excellent food and drink, and more than 400 of Chicago’s most beautiful people. The retrospective exhibition celebrates the careers of two of the entertainment world’s most respected and endearing individuals, Geoffrey Holder and Carmen DeLavallade.
Check out the blooms, learn a thing or two about gardening, and avoid the snow.
Cassie Walker Burke visited the NBC 5 Weekend Morning News to discuss The Power 100 from the March 2013 issue of Chicago magazine.
The way in which the state funds education could mean grant cuts fall hard on the state’s students and teachers.
The gay marriage bill needs 60 votes in the Illinois House to pass. Could it happen? We counted up where the votes might come from.
The “latest flash-mob craze” is “shaking up public transportation safety concerns,” says ABC7’s I-Team. But CTA riders have nothing to fear—besides mild irritation.