An agreement worth up to $12 billion made Google the default search engine on Apple devices. The deal may be anticompetitive under U.S. law.
Culture & The Arts
Wondering about Chicago music, festivals, arts, theater and food? WBEZ brings together the best stories about Chicago’s arts and culture scene. Together with our music station, Vocalo 91.1, we explore the stories that make the second city a vibrant world-renowned cultural destination.
An annual commemoration at Chicago’s National Museum of Mexican Art takes on new meaning in a pandemic year.
Nerdette podcast gets you ready for the weekend with movies, books and everyone’s favorite thing: a new way to categorize life experiences.
Chicago artist Illi shares his top picks for the week.
The crew is back again! And this time we’re revisiting films from 1999, starting with the Wachowskis’ seminal film, ‘The Matrix.’
The city’s chief marketing officer breaks down his plans for rebranding Chicago.
The 56th annual Chicago International Film Festival is underway.
Chevy Humphrey is the museum’s first Black and first woman chief executive.
Actor Bassam Abdelfattah speaks with his friend, hip-hop musician Kayem, about how Muslim people are presented in the media.
Author Anne Helen Petersen explains why the experience of being a millennial is defined by precariousness.