Arts & Entertainment

“I’m Stu. How do you do?” are the first six words Uber driver Stu (Kumail Nanjiani) says to his passenger Vic (Dave Bautista) in “Stuber,” in theaters July 12. The harmless introduction sets off a …

Music

The Biblical prophet Ezra built on the teachings of past leaders to create his own spiritual revival, and the Ezra Collective followed a similar path.  The band played a sold-out crowd at Schubas Tavern (3159 …

Music

The Beths’ latest album might be titled “Future Me Hates Me,” but the sold-out crowd at Lincoln Hall March 6 had a different opinion. The indie rock band from New Zealand joined Chicago natives Jupiter …

Music

What originally started as a couple friends trying out instruments in a youth music program in London became Ezra Collective — a five-piece jazz ensemble experimenting with hip-hop and afrobeat to create a unique sound.  …

Music

The wooden floorboards vibrated as a syncopated pulse of waving hands, pounding feet and sweaty denim-clad bodies rocked the concert hall.  New York City music duo, The Knocks, along with its openers Blu Detiger and …

Art

From colorful displays of everyday objects to a sculpture made from buckets of Lake Michigan pebbles, the Ralph Arnold Gallery’s latest collection of student work is anything but predictable.  Out of 75 submissions, 15 Loyola …

Music

The Knocks will take the stage in Chicago this Thursday, Feb. 14, debuting its latest album “New York Narcotic” at the Concord Music Hall (2047 N. Milwaukee Ave.). Inspired by its home city of New …

Theater

Loyola honors students discussed Shakespeare’s comedy “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” with two of its leading actors.   Acclaimed actors T.R. Knight, known for his lengthy Broadway career and his role in ABC’s “Grey’s Anatomy,” and …