Arts & Entertainment

In celebration of the beloved 1939 MGM film, “The Wizard of Oz” made its Chicago debut March 8 at the iconic Chicago Theatre (175 N. State St.). Directed by Dean Sobon and choreographed by Amy …

Arts & Entertainment

Students staying in Chicago this summer can now enjoy a drink at Argo Tea, which opened a new location Monday afternoon near Loyola’s Lake Shore Campus (LSC). Argo Tea is located under the Hampton Inn …

Arts & Entertainment

The school year has come to a close and the weather is warming up, which means summer in Chicago has finally arrived. From its extensive food scene to activities perfect for sports enthusiasts, Chicago has …

Arts & Entertainment

The B-Side features collaborations between The Phoenix and WLUW 88.7. Music Director of WLUW 88.7 FM, Frankie Deimer, chatted with Sean Desiree of Bell’s Roar on activism through music, genre-bending and the Art Funds Art …

Events

Grant Park’s Lollapalooza is the most sought after and admired festival in Chicago, but it’s not the only festival worth attending this summer. With a focus on popular music and culture, local producers have been …

Arts & Entertainment

For two days, Loyola students and Chicagoans will have the opportunity to experience independent international films on campus. The inaugural Chicago Independent Film (+TV) Festival (CIFF) is scheduled to make its debut April 28, with …

Arts & Entertainment

Crazy antics, eerie mysteries and awkward villains are all showcased in Dan Gregor’s (“How I Met Your Mother,” “The Comedians”) new comedy-thriller, “Most Likely to Murder.” The film stars Adam Pally as Billy, a loser …

Arts & Entertainment

Summer movie season is right around the corner, and with it comes all the Blockbuster spectacles movie fans are expecting. But between “Avengers: Infinity War,” “Incredibles 2” and “Solo: A Star Wars Story,” smaller-budget films …