Film & TV

After the debut of its seventh episode Oct. 24, “American Horror Story” (AHS) is now more than halfway through its eighth season, “Apocalypse.” “Apocalypse” begins in the near future, in which a nuclear apocalypse wipes …

Music

Fans gathered at the Chicago Theatre (175 N. State St.) with lines draping down the street to see Australian singer Troye Sivan perform for his Bloom Tour Oct. 19.  The show was sold out — …

Film & TV

Written and directed by Bo Burnham, “Eighth Grade” stars Elsie Fisher (“Despicable Me,” “Despicable Me 2”) as Kayla Day, and Josh Hamilton (“Dark Skies,” “13 Reasons Why”) as her single father, Mark, who watches over …

Arts & Entertainment

The latest installment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) “Thor: Ragnarok,” premiered in theaters Nov. 3, and everyone’s favorite characters are back for more action-packed fun. “Thor: Ragnarok,” the third addition to the franchise, took …

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 Feb. 11, The Lyric Opera debuted “Carmen,” Georges Bizet’s timeless French tragedy following the femme fatale, Carmen, and her lover, Don José. Written in the 1870s, “Carmen” reflects the lives of outcast gypsies living …

Theater

Those who took Spanish in high school might remember reading Miguel de Cervantes’ renowned novel, “Don Quixote.” For some, it was the most dreaded part of the year. Not only is the novel in Spanish, …