Arts & Entertainment

In Loyola alum Susan Ingalls Finan’s new novel, “The Cards Don’t Lie,” women don’t just influence history — they design it.  Finan’s novel takes readers on a detailed, exhilarating journey through nineteenth-century New Orleans where …

Music

For those who believe authentic, unconventional music is disappearing, one Catalonian indie band is proving them wrong. The band, Mourn, is comprised of sisters Jazz and Leia Rodriguez Bueno, Carla Perez Vas and Antonio Postius …

Arts & Entertainment

“Red Sparrow,” the new film from director Francis Lawrence (“Hunger Games,” “Water for Elephants”), fails to add any sparkle to the spy genre, instead offering an unnecessarily gruesome and stereotypical journey through the perilous world …

Arts & Entertainment

For Beanie Feldstein, life in the limelight won’t be fading away anytime soon. Thanks to her outstanding performance in Greta Gerwig’s directorial debut, “Lady Bird,” Feldstein has become one of the industry’s favorite movie starlets. …

Arts & Entertainment

The most wonderful time of the year has finally arrived, and Chicago is brimming with the joy of the holiday season. For those wishing to join in on the seasonal spirit, there’s a wide variety …

Arts & Entertainment

In writer and director Dan Gilroy’s new film, “Roman J. Israel, Esq.,” Denzel Washington (“Fences,” “The Equalizer”) portrays a driven defense attorney whose career and passion for social justice are put to the test. Set …

Arts & Entertainment

Director and actor Kenneth Branagh’s (“Henry V,” “Much Ado About Nothing”) latest film, “Murder on the Orient Express,” relies mostly on celebrity star power and tenuous buildup to keep its adaptation of novelist Agatha Christie’s …

Arts & Entertainment

Thanksgiving is just around the corner, and moviegoers can start looking forward to this holiday season’s most anticipated theatrical releases. No matter what your taste is, you can certainly find something you will love this winter.