From Amy Schumer and Bill Cosby to the South Side Irish Parade, there’s still a lot to do in March.
Buzz has built around this Humboldt Park artist since Art Chicago in 2010. Before he heads to the Whitney Biennial, he opened up his studio for photos and an interview.
See a production from the crew behind Riverdance, an adaptation of a marvelous novel, or a theatrical classic this month.
Pan-Latin may be a cuisine fad of the past, but the food at River North’s salsa spot is still as tasty as ever.
See Wynton Marsalis, the Ambrose Akinmusire Quintet, John Prine, and more big acts next month.
A chipper mayor was full of good news in an hour-long talk with his old friend.
Everything to see now (and a few coming soon), with Christopher Wool at the AIC and a stop at Loyola for some Gorey.
Buzzer, Chappati, and more of the best things on Chicago’s stages.
With 50,000 square feet devoted to granite, quartz, concrete, and more, the Addison-based fabricator is a fine place to get a custom stone—or a discount scrap.
Wes Anderson, Alvin Ailey, Terence Blanchard, and more.