Street festivals, vintage sales, funny femmes and plenty of tacos usher in Father’s Day weekend. Here are 10 things to do in and around Chicago.
When two local comedians launched the Chicago Women’s Funny Festival in 2012, they were regularly asked: “What’s it like to be a woman in comedy?” Find out what’s in store for this year’s fest—and how the business of comedy is evolving.
Maifest, a traditional German festival to usher in spring, kicks off Thursday in Lincoln Square.
A new exhibit aims to be an immersive experience that brings the 2015 movie and its gigantic reptilian stars to life.
Officials in Whiting, Indiana, think their city is about to become a whole lot more popular.
Museum Hack’s offbeat tours of the Art Institute of Chicago aim to engage the next generation of museum-goers. “Your job is fun first, education along the way,” says one tour guide.
The Chicago Sun-Times theater critic gives us her take on highly recommended shows from the Goodman Theatre, TimeLine, Paramount and Marriott.
A new chapter in Chicago’s cultural offerings begins this week.
They can play blackjack, dance and climb walls. The Museum of Science and Industry brings back its interactive exhibition – with a few new additions.
A conversation with actors Anthony Murphy and Chicago’s own Jonathan Weir from the production “Aladdin.”
A Portage Park range takes a whack at bringing axe-throwing to Chicago.
A bill to protect ecologically sensitive and historic sites from players of virtual games like “Pokémon Go” has failed to gain support among Illinois legislators.