This Chicago designer’s line is inspired by the British drama.
The musical adaptation of the 1990 movie Ghost comes to Chicago, but there are plenty of classics to choose from as well.
Buddy Guy, one of our Chicagoans of the Year, holds court at his namesake club in January.
In the last decade, the state has been climbing the charts—and could pass New Jersey this year.
Will Perdue’s huge shoes, the tragic Bartman ball & puffy 4-cheese toasted ravioli make Harry Caray's a family fave. Harry Caray’s, 33 W. Kinzie St., River North, 312-828-0966
The former Rhapsody chef has found a home in the South Loop steak house.
The young insider, who’s worked for Barack Obama, Rahm Emanuel, Jan Schakowsky, and others in his 32 years, opens a PR shop with Robert Gibbs.
Leave it to Ina Pinkney to throw her own last dance. Her beloved Ina’s (1235 W. Randolph St.) cooked its last brunch for the happy/sad crowd that gathered at her West Randolph dining room at 1 p.m. on New Year’s Eve. Pinkney’s super crispy and uncompromisingly juicy fried chicken brought tears to our eyes; one … Read more
Actress Kate Fry takes the lead in Ibsen’s masterpiece about domestic alienation.
The Illinois General Assembly’s biggest achievement of 2013—the marriage equality law—won’t go into effect until June 1. But plenty of others will swing into force when the ball drops on January 1. Here are six.