Skip to contents

Midwestern Food And Why It’s Special Is The Focus Of New Cookbook By Big Jones Chef

Although his Andersonville restaurant is known for its Southern cuisine, chef Paul Fehribach's recently released second cookbook focuses on the Midwestern culinary fare of his youth.


Lifeline Theatre’s Adaptation of ‘Cat’s Cradle’ Still Relevant 60 Years Later

Kurt Vonnegut’s sprawling 1963 novel is retold for modern audiences at the Rogers Park theater under director Heather Currie.

Uptown, Edgewater, Rogers Park

Lakeview Sugar Daddy Chef Headed To Food Network’s ‘Halloween Baking Championship’

James Cox will perform in the televised baking competition beginning Monday night.

Lakeview, Wrigleyville, Northalsted

Live-Action Downtown ‘Clue’ Now Extended Through Halloween

In a twist on the classic board game, players search for clues at various iconic locations to find the weapon, room and culprit involved in the murder of Mr. Boddy.


‘Murder, ReWrote’ Is Hell In A Handbag’s Campy Parody Of ’80s Mystery TV Series

The Chicago troupe's latest production at the Den Theatre in Wicker Park recreates an episode of the beloved show "Murder, She Wrote," from the opening credits to the final frame.

Wicker Park, Bucktown, West Town

Titan Walls, Chicago’s Annual Mural Fest, Returns This Week

The main attraction: watching more than a dozen artists from Chicago and around the world paint murals on the walls of District Brew Yards in the West Loop.

West Loop

Shakespeare In The Parks Is Back With Free Shows On South And West Sides

Chicago Shakespeare is joining with arts partners in Austin, Chinatown, Englewood, Hermosa, Belmont Cragin, Little Village and West Pullman for this summer’s Shakespeare in the Parks event.