Events

Rain held off as Pitchfork weekend started July 14 in Union Park without a hitch. The first performer of the day, Madame Gandhi, graced the stage with her ensemble, which included an all-female band consisting …

Events

Pitchfork Music Festival is back in Chicago for its eleventh year on July 14-16 with an eclectic lineup of big and small name artists that’s sure to make for an eventful weekend. The Union Park …

Music

The third-annual Country LakeShake Festival brought together some of country’s biggest names, and as a result, one of its largest crowds. Friday The festival, which ran from June 23 through June 25 at the Huntington …

Events

Country LakeShake, a three-day country musical festival at the Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island, returned for its third year on June 23. High Valley, Mo Pitney, Randy Houser and Big & Rich took to …

Events

As one of the greatest music hubs in the country, Chicago is famous for its diverse music culture. From jazz and blues to hip-hop and rock, the city has bred pioneering artists in nearly every …

Events

The new Rolling Stones exhibit, “Exhibitionism,” makes the case for its name: It boasts more than 18,000 square feet of space on Navy Pier. On April 15, the organizers of the exhibition invited the public …

Arts & Entertainment

On Wednesday nights, Heartland Cafe (7000 N. Glenwood Ave.) transforms from a healthy neighborhood restaurant to a creative haven that is home to an open mic tradition. The weekly event, called “In One Ear,” started …

Arts & Entertainment

In recent months, the Loyola Theatre Department has heralded a number of initiatives to create a more diverse, inclusive and equal learning environment, including holding workshops with students and faculty, taking part in nationwide initiatives …