Arts & Entertainment

With the blaze of summer sun comes a plethora of big-name movies hitting the box office. Here are the top 10 summer blockbusters to tide moviegoers over when the Chicago heat is too much to …

Gaming

If virtual reality (VR) is going to be the next step for the gaming industry, there’s one important thing it must do: advance. Virtual reality has come a long way since its inception. Beginning as …

Music

Rock band Muse’s “Simulation Theory” World Tour gave the experience of living in a virtual program on April 12 with a fantastical combination of tech and talent. At the United Center (1901 W. Madison St.), …

Special Issue

Now that J.B Pritzker’s begun his term as governor over a State House that’s almost straight blue, he’s making legal recreational pot a priority. In a recent interview with the Chicago Sun-Times, Pritzker said he …

Food

In a world where milkshakes are treated as little more than glorified beverages  cranked into a cup by a machine at the pull of a lever, Jojo’s Milk Bar breaks the mold and turns milkshake-making …

Night Life

Wedged in between a fire escape and a Chinese and Vietnamese restaurant just off the Morse CTA Red Line stop, Le Piano, a jazz club with live music seven nights a week, offers an experience …

Film & TV

“Climax,” a French horror and drama film, successfully puts audiences in the center of a dance rehearsal gone awry through captivating camerawork and cinematography, but fails to deliver a well-written narrative that pulls at the …

Film & TV

The superpower persona of Captain Marvel, the newest addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) released in theaters March 8, falls flat in the storytelling department despite empowering scenes dotting the movie. “Captain Marvel,” set …