Flynn also wrote the 2012 mega-hit ‘Gone Girl.’ She admits her new TV series, out now on Amazon Prime, may hit too close to home for some.
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The Sox visit Oakland for a 3-game series, while the Cubs host the Marlins for three games at Wrigley Field.
After a historic comeback against Atlanta, Nick Foles has been named starting quarterback for the Chicago Bears.
What was once a grand house of worship, for two important groups of Chicagoans, is in desperate straits and barely hanging on.
Chicago’s two teams are headed to the playoffs for the first time since 2008. If you missed the shortened season, here’s what to know.
We break down the Booker shortlisted novel ‘The Shadow King’ with Lydia Levy, founder of the African literature review website Omusana.
After quitting en-masse, former staff of the sports blog Deadspin reunited to start a new site.
Chicagoan Jeff Ullrich shares what it’s like to be diagnosed with autism at the age of 45.
Expo Chicago is (virtually) back this weekend. Contemporary artist Nick Cave will host a symposium on racial justice in the art world.
In ‘Woke,’ a life-changing event upends one man’s life. Nerdette talks with Chicago comic T. Murph about his role and the show’s message.