For those still unfamiliar with the magic Hershey Felder can create, an introduction to the man, whose enthralling show about Tchaikovsky is now in a limited engagement at Steppenwolf’s Upstairs Theatre, is essential.
The beautifully thought-out program serves as a subtle but revealing portrait of the deep but varied influences that have taken root in this country.
A Park District landscaper who had previously lost his license after a drunk driving conviction is among those found to have operated vehicles without proper documentation, according to a new report.
In many ways this show was ahead of its time when it was created. And now, whatever the flaws might be in this 21st century “rotation,” it is worth the price of a ticket for a ride on the “Carousel.”
We meet some rare and remarkable critters that are part of this weekend’s annual Reptile Fest.
The Fair Housing Act of 1968 promised equal access to the housing market for African-Americans. But 50 years later, some say the landmark legislation didn’t go far enough.
Geoffrey Baer hits a triple with three questions about Wrigley Field.
Class action suit comes a year after incident on board United flight
Nearly 300 Chicago aviation officers are suing to reclaim their status as law enforcement officers, a title they lost following a highly publicized incident on board a United plane last year.
Scaly creatures, vintage vinyls and cheesy bites usher in the weekend. Here are 10 things to do in and around Chicago.
The award-winning actor and director talks about her new book, a collection of personal essays that explore her journey as a feminist.
At age 91, the jazz guitarist is a living legend from Chicago’s first family of music. We pay him a visit.