Arts & Entertainment

For two days, Loyola students and Chicagoans will have the opportunity to experience independent international films on campus. The inaugural Chicago Independent Film (+TV) Festival (CIFF) is scheduled to make its debut April 28, with …

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Crazy antics, eerie mysteries and awkward villains are all showcased in Dan Gregor’s (“How I Met Your Mother,” “The Comedians”) new comedy-thriller, “Most Likely to Murder.” The film stars Adam Pally as Billy, a loser …

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Summer movie season is right around the corner, and with it comes all the Blockbuster spectacles movie fans are expecting. But between “Avengers: Infinity War,” “Incredibles 2” and “Solo: A Star Wars Story,” smaller-budget films …

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From Bruno Mars to Green Day, there’s several big-name bands coming to Chicago this summer. With stellar lineups for Pitchfork (July 20-22) and Lollapalooza (Aug. 2-5) included, dozens of top artists who’ll make a stop …

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Graduating seniors in the Department of Fine and Performing Arts have their culminating works on display at Loyola’s Lakeshore and Water Tower Campuses. “For[e]ward” opened April 17, and “Let’s Get Lost” opened April 21. The …

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Students who want to try something different from local pizza places, such as Blaze or Felices, should head to Wicker Park. Knead Pizza Company (2101 W. North Ave.) offers fresh homemade pizzas for a moderate …

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Instagram food trends come and go rapidly in today’s fast-paced world, but one has stuck around for a couple years — Thai rolled ice cream. The Thai street food trend spread to the United States …

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A story about a boy and his horse is nothing original, but one which uses this premise to explore adolescence, loneliness and poverty simultaneously is something fresh. “Lean on Pete” is the latest film from …