The Evanston director tells all about her production of The Great God Pan, Amy Herzog’s play, opening April 3.
Some of America’s most prominent transgender people live here—and they helped make Trans 100 a hit in Rogers Park.
The hotel is making time for swine this whole month. And in non-bacon news: Planes versus trains, the latest travel apps, and a love letter to Naples.
With odd, obscure machines and craft beer on tap, the place is a lot of fun—even if you roll your eyes at the thought of it.
Designed in Chicago, this top will do good for more than just your wardrobe.
Burgers, bacon, more burgers, and a little wine to wash it down.
The school’s football program exemplifies the NCAA’s concept of the student-athlete, but there’s no guarantee the concept will work elsewhere.
Two designers team up to give this 19th-century home a facelift inspired by Scout, the homeowners’ favorite antiques shop.
The former Publican chef de cuisine, Brian Huston, tells what’s on the menu and what’s behind the name of Boltwood, scheduled to open in June.
The Pulitzer Prize-winning composer sings with the octet Roomful of Teeth in Highland Park tomorrow night.