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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.
We talk to the author about how they found a deeper sense of self by exploring the lives of sea creatures.
The florist’s work typically features an asymmetrical style that highlights depth and texture.
“Whenever I walked in to a barbershop, there was an immediate sense of respect and positivity,” says the artist, who did the mural to promote a Lyric Opera production with a barbershop theme.
Chicago poet J. Ivy’s efforts to push art form further into mainstream pay off with new Grammy category
Ivy was just named Time magazine’s Editor-at-Large for Poetry.
Roberts, who across 25 years and 16 albums has become one of the world’s best-known children musicians, recently played for a classroom in Oak Park.
WBEZ asked Field Museum researcher Matt Nelsen to answer our burning questions about the science behind HBO’s “Last of Us.”
Field Museum researcher Matt Nelsen took WBEZ deep into collections to see the mind-controlling fungus that inspired HBO’s “The Last of Us.” Here’s what we learned.
The Factotum, the debut from Chicago baritone Will Liverman, is not your grandparents’ opera.