Tony Award-winning actor, lyricist and composer Lin-Manuel Miranda spoke at a press conference at the National Museum of Puerto Rican Arts and Culture (3015 W. Division St.) in Humboldt Park Nov. 1. The event advocated …

The latest flare-up in Hollywood’s sexual harassment debacle landed blocks away from Loyola with the Chicago Comedy Film Festival (CCFF) pulling comedian Andy Dick’s (“Hoodwinked,” “Lion King 2: Simba’s Pride”) new documentary, “Everybody Has an …

Arts & Entertainment

Trevor Noah and the “Daily Show” team temporarily turned a portion of Union Station’s Great Hall into The Donald J. Trump Presidential Library of Tweets.

Arts & Entertainment

An art exhibit at the University Of Chicago titled “Welcome Blanket” displays art donated by families who share their own stories of immigration. “Welcome Blanket” is a free exhibit and is open through Dec. 17. The Smart Museum of Art is located at 5550 S. Greenwood Ave. on the University of Chicago’s campus.

Arts & Entertainment

Few movie theater experiences can match feeling an audience’s shared fear during a horror film on a chilly autumn night. The atmosphere horror movies provide is unlike any other genre and sharing that experience is …

Arts & Entertainment

The lingering smell of mud, sweat and cigarettes means one thing: The contemporary-punk festival, Riot Fest, took over Douglas Park for its 12th consecutive year, and there couldn’t have been a better weekend for it. …

Returning to Union Park for its eighth consecutive year, North Coast Music Festival celebrated Labor Day weekend in style with live music and summer vibes. The festival showcased performances from popular hip-hop artists such as …

To this day, it’s difficult to resist the wonder and charm that Steven Spielberg’s “Jurassic Park” (1993) instilled in moviegoers more than two decades ago. Perhaps it’s the concept, John Williams’ iconic score, the characters …