After 46 years, famed Chicago steakhouse Lawry’s is closing up shop at the end of the year, leaving its iconic Ontario location off Michigan Avenue empty.
Musician and conductor Dayvin Hallmon shares his top picks for the week.
Punk-rocker Bob Mould started writing protest anthems in the 1980s. Now he’s back with a new solo album that addresses the turmoil of 2020.
Roger J. Carter creates his work by using toys, records and chess pieces into images of famous Black figures.
Bonus recap! And Peter Sagal either really hates the 1991 film ‘Hook’ or he’s suffering from some serious Peter Pan envy … or maybe both!
With his new album, the iconic trumpeter and composer tackles what he sees as a sense of tribalism that encourages us to turn on each other rather than focus on the bigger picture.
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.
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.