Stories by Justin Kaufmann
The play opened as the pandemic began, robbing Chicago audiences of the chance to see it. WBEZ will air the audio version Saturday at 2 p.m.
Singer-songwriter Josh Caterer recorded a new solo album with several Chicago area musicians.
Thanksgiving traditions may be put on hold this year. So, what are you doing differently this year to make it special?
The former US Olympic hero grew up in the Chicago area and will be part of player development.
WBEZ’s resident philosopher Al Gini has written a new book called The Sanity of Satire: Surviving Politics One Joke at a Time.
The popular “Mega” podcast satirizes evangelical megachurch communities.
Did the university’s COVID-19 mitigation plans work during the fall semester?
A renowned campaign strategist for Bill Clinton reveals her own personal triumphs and demons in a new memoir.
Former Chicago radio personality Mark Ruffin has released a new short story collection called Bebop Fairy Tales.
The beloved matriarch of Phyllis’ Musical Inn died Friday after suffering complications from a fall. She was 93.