Arts & Entertainment

In the midst of a continuously developing coronavirus pandemic that has uprooted students worldwide from their daily routines, Loyola’s Department of Fine and Performing Arts (DFPA) decided to restrict students’ studio access and cancel or …

Events

St. Patrick’s Day exists in a strange middle ground of holidays, not a forgettable one like Arbor Day but not necessarily a family-based celebration like Hanukkah, so it can be a challenge to find something …

Arts & Entertainment

History fanatics, sociology enthusiasts, political activists or students with any interest can visit Loyola’s Language Learning Resource Center (LLRC) for an educational viewing experience of German history, culture and democracy. “The Power of Emotions” is …

Arts & Entertainment

When people think of books, the first thing that may pop into their head is mass-produced paperbacks, Barnes and Noble bookstores or even cozy independent bookstores. But there is another side to book culture that …

Art

Local artist documents 30 years of the neighborhood in black & white photos. Like any part of the city, Rogers Park has seen a wave of change over the years — many places that were …

Events

As cooler air begins to sweep through the city, Chicagoans in search of fall festivities can look no further than Jack’s Pumpkin Pop-Up, a two-acre temporary pumpkin patch located in Goose Island at 1467 N. …

Events

Uplifting music and the pattering of rain on white tent tops filled the air outside of the Granville CTA Red Line stop this weekend. Art ranging from paintings and photographs to jewelry and sculpture flooded …

Events

Looking down Clark Street Sept. 22, it didn’t look much different than any other day — cars zoomed by, rain drizzled down and people huddled under umbrellas to stay dry. But every so often, a …