Events

Fall Out Boy returned home to Chicago Sept. 8 to play what bassist Pete Wentz told the Chicago Tribune was their largest show in the city to date — headlining Wrigley Field (1060 W. Addison …

Exhibits

In 1989, 500 Chicago Public School (CPS) students got the chance to paint beside renowned pop and graffiti artist, Keith Haring. Together, they created the masterpiece that is The Chicago Mural —  a vibrant, 488 …

Arts & Entertainment

In honor its 40th anniversary, Loyola’s student-run radio station, WLUW 88.7 FM, organized a free concert at Ireland’s Pub 10 Sept. 7.  The event was originally located on the East Quad of Loyola’s Lake Shore …

Arts & Entertainment

Chicago-native Antoine “Sir Michael Rocks” Reed and Michigan-bred Evan “Chuck Inglish” Ingersoll met in 2005 after Reed discovered a beat on MySpace produced by Ingersoll. The two formed their hip-hop group “The Cool Kids” to …

Arts & Entertainment

Glossier, birthed from the blog “Into the Gloss” by former Vogue intern Emily Weiss, has brought a refreshing perspective to the beauty industry through their products.  Beauty and skincare company Glossier focuses on skincare and …

Music

For those who believe authentic, unconventional music is disappearing, one Catalonian indie band is proving them wrong. The band, Mourn, is comprised of sisters Jazz and Leia Rodriguez Bueno, Carla Perez Vas and Antonio Postius …

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

Navy Pier (600 E. Grand Ave.) will be offering a discounted rate of $4 per ride on its Centennial Wheel March 31 in honor of the Loyola Ramblers Final Four appearance. With the use of …