News

“Spot of tea?” Sandra Carter, a partner at R Public House, carried a floral teapot and refilled the teacups at her table. She was wearing a black dress with pearls and a large white hat. …

News

Kelly Herron, a Minnesota native and senior software engineering student at Loyola, is remembered by friends and family as a hard worker with an affinity for coding and pizza. Kelly, who was 22, died March …

Arts & Entertainment

The Loyola University Museum of Art (LUMA), opened their spring exhibit this past weekend, showcasing the talents of photographers Gregory Beals and Tonika Johnson and artist Della Wells. The LUMA (820 N. Michigan Ave.) exhibit …

Arts & Entertainment

The Neighbourhood released a five song extended play (EP) Jan. 12 titled “To Imagine,” introducing elements of disco pop to the band’s alternative sound.   The record, running just under 18 minutes, consists primarily of …

Arts & Entertainment

A little over two years ago, Marc Howell and Luke Paisley left the design studio where they were employed to create “SORRY. Design.” The duo has created many successful screenprints, infographics and other designs, ranging …

Music

A more than 30-year-old open mic tradition recently found a new scene after several location changes in Rogers Park. “In One Ear” is the third-longest running open mic in Chicago and has hosted artists every …

Music

It’s been nearly four years since Portugal. The Man released its last studio album. After working on an entire double album titled “Gloomin + Doomin,” the more than 40 songs were subsequently scrapped and replaced …

Arts & Entertainment

A new reggae band from Cleveland, Ohio has found itself on the rise. The eight-piece band, known as Tropidelic, may be far from any tropical islands in Ohio, but that doesn’t stop them from dishing …