100 Chicago poets contributed to “American Gun,” a communal poem on local gun violence.
The 2019-20 season was paused in March because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
His angry pen raised theatergoers’ consciousness about AIDS and roused thousands to militant protests in the epidemic's early years.
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The practice of Holy Communion is the most cherished sacrament for many Christians. Due to the pandemic, it soon may have a different look.
An intergenerational conversation between Donald Bell, 70, and Jack Rothmund, 23, from the AIDS Foundation of Chicago.
The College of DuPage was set to host a major Frida Kahlo exhibit. Here’s how they almost got the art to Glen Ellyn this summer.
Grief counselor Claire Bidwell Smith explains how anxiety is part of grieving and how grieving is now part of everyday life.
Sometimes musicians double as historians, documenting the world around them. This week, Jim and Greg share some of their favorite tracks about historical figures, events and places. Plus, a conversation with Best Coast's Bethany Cosentino about sobriety and how it has affected her music.
The late film critic Roger Ebert called Facets Cinematheque “a temple of great cinema.”