Reset sits down with the restaurateur and sommelier to discuss his 30 years in the business and his latest project with chef Curtis Duffy.
The blockbuster musical ran for more than 1,300 performances and was seen by more than 2 million people.
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The year marked the end of the road for some classics (RIP ‘Fleabag’ and ‘Game of Thrones’) but it was a banner year for TV overall.
When WBEZ’s podcast team isn’t making podcasts, they’re listening to them. Here are our favorites from 2019.
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Chicago’s party mom Kristen Kaza stopped by Vocalo to break down the biggest local and national LGBTQ+ moments of the year.
Tonika Lewis Johnson’s Folded Map project brings together residents on the West Side.