Events

Few cities boast a music history as diverse and influential as Chicago. Aside from the blues, there is no other genre of music that Chicago has had more of an impact on than jazz. To …

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 …