Film & TV

In 2001, “Friends” returned for its eighth season with sharper plots, a rejuvenated focus and a major boost in ratings. On the heels of the 9/11 terrorist attack that shook the nation, New York City-set …

Film & TV

In 2011, the silver screen saw “Midnight in Paris” writer Gil fall in love with a dreary-eyed Paris while on a trip with his fiancé, Inez. As fate would have it, the two don’t spend …

Music

Classic rock artists don’t know when to give up, and to say the least, it’s painful. They so frequently return after their supposed farewell tours that Rolling Stone has a listicle that breaks down bands …

Music

On the eve of the release of Equipment’s third extended play (EP), lead singer and driving force of the band Nick Zander sat down with The Phoenix on Zoom from his Toledo, Ohio home to …

Food

A new health cafe has opened near Loyola’s Lake Shore Campus, offering students yet another dining option.  The Pack Nutrition, located at 6206 N. Broadway, soft-opened Nov. 9 and plans to open in full in …

Film & TV

Released in theaters Nov. 13, “Freaky” is the latest horror flick from Blumhouse Productions. Written and directed by Christopher Landon (“Happy Death Day” “Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones”), the horror-comedy balances terror with bawdy humor …

Art

If you live in Rogers Park or are a student at Loyola, you’re likely a part of the neighborhood news Facebook page, where everything from restaurant suggestions to the latest in city politics are shared.  …

Film & TV

“Saturday Night Live” (SNL) captures the zeitgeist like no other, satirizing politics since its inception in the 1970s. And since embarking on his campaign and eventual presidency, President Donald Trump has provided an avalanche of …