Arts & Entertainment

For those of you you haven’t had the luxury of attending Chicago’s plethora of music, film, food and art festivals this summer, don’t fret. There is plenty of fest left, and The PHOENIX is bringing you the …

Dining on the Line

I recently watched the four-part docu-series Cooked on Netflix, in which renowned journalist and author Michael Pollan urges his viewers to return to the kitchen, reconnect with the past and build deeper relationships with food …

Arts & Entertainment

Missing the games from this week’s print edition? CLICK HERE to download the crossword and Sudoku for this week as well as get the answers to the last print edition’s games. You can fill it out …

Opinion

In the second semester of my senior year, I find myself in a position of no longer being able to afford attending Loyola University Chicago. My situation isn’t exactly ordinary, but it’s not totally unique …

Dining on the Line

In preparation for writing this article, I tried to find out what exactly caused Chicago’s “let’s open a bunch of ramen restaurants” movement, and I gave up after about 10 minutes of Googling. I know …

Dining on the Line

Full disclosure: I’ve never been to the East Coast. I never ate seafood growing up (my mom hates it). I’ve never actually had lobster that didn’t come inside a ravioli — and even that was …

Theater

I started my last review of a Loyola mainstage production by mentioning that I was a biochemistry major. This time around, that statement actually means something in relation to the play. Galileo is part of …

Dining on the Line

Whenever my boyfriend is in town, I like to plan at least one semi-fancy lunch/dinner (even though we aren’t very fancy people). When he was here last, we ended up at Cochon Volant, Chicago’s newest French …