Students who want to try something different from local pizza places, such as Blaze or Felices, should head to Wicker Park. Knead Pizza Company (2101 W. North Ave.) offers fresh homemade pizzas for a moderate …

Instagram food trends come and go rapidly in today’s fast-paced world, but one has stuck around for a couple years — Thai rolled ice cream. The Thai street food trend spread to the United States …

Arts & Entertainment

A story about a boy and his horse is nothing original, but one which uses this premise to explore adolescence, loneliness and poverty simultaneously is something fresh. “Lean on Pete” is the latest film from …

Arts & Entertainment

Evanston’s Lock Chicago (820 Davis St., Suite 151) is bringing a unique entertainment experience to the city with its new virtual reality lounge. At the virtual reality lounge, guests can explore the depths of the …

Arts & Entertainment

Chicago’s emerging soul, hip-hop and rock duo, Iris Temple, performed its first headlining show at Schubas Tavern (3159 N. Southport Ave.) April 16. The group brought its signature good vibes and infectious energy while blending …

“A Quiet Place” has a straightforward premise, and no distractions. Audiences don’t know the character’s names until the credits roll, and this puts the focus on the suspense and character development. It builds its exposition …

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  Loyola art history professor Sarita Heer talks about an exhibit she liked at the Museum of Contemporary Art. The Howardena Pindell exhibit titled “What Remains to be Seen” runs through May 20, 2018.

Arts & Entertainment

Podcasts have revolutionized the radio industry. Students can listen to them at any time, whether they’re commuting downtown, walking along Lake Michigan, shopping or working out. Podcasts can tap into largely unaccessed chunks of time …