The festival celebrates its 37th film festival virtually, with a few drive-in options for screenings.
The renown filmmaker, who directed with Lynn Novick, says it took six years to get past the impenetrable mythology of the Oak Park writer.
“It’s time to be re-educated,” Beverly Kim said. “People were making fun of me since I was 5 or 6, and they learned that from somebody.”
White Sox DH Yermin Mercedes breaks a record for the ages and Cubs’ outfielder Ian Happ keeps a crazy tradition of his own alive to start the season.
The Netflix film’s win marks the first time a streaming service has gone home with the guild’s ensemble award.
The Lullaby Project partners new parents with professional musicians to create their own personal lullaby for their child.
Jacoby Cochran, host of the City Cast Chicago podcast, and Jill Hopkins, host of Jill Afternoons on Vocalo, help us unpack the week that was.
Chicago opera star Will Liverman highlights Black composers on his new album.
The crumbling neoclassical structure has ties to prominent Chicago architects from the World’s Fair era.
Joffrey’s BIPOC parent committee is the academy’s latest endeavor to diversify its student body and the world of ballet.