Events

After a short pandemic-induced hiatus, Metropolis Coffee Company is brewing up events to welcome back the surrounding diverse community, including LGBTQ+ artists.  The coffee shop (1039 W. Granville Ave.) is hosting its second open mic …

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From dining halls to lecture halls, one could hear the term “Halloweekend” tossed around like candy as Loyola students prepared for back-to-back evenings of excitement. Mertz and Francis Hall joined the festivities by organizing their …

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Chicago has become home to a variety of spooky pop-up events all throughout the city as Halloween approaches. The Phoenix went to three to decide whether the attractions were worth the time and money.  Jack’s …

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Thousands of people lined up outside the Chicago Theatre Oct. 2 waiting with anticipation for Hasan Minhaj. The historical venue’s gleaming signage reads, “SOLD OUT.” The audience couldn’t be more diverse — multiple generations, different …

Arts & Entertainment

Chicago is home to a plethora of tourist traps. With so many to choose from, The Phoenix breaks down the do’s and don’ts of Chicago sightseeing. The Bean (201 E. Randolph St.) Cloud Gate is …

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Pitchfork Music Festival returned to Chicago Sept. 10-12 after a year off with a jam-packed lineup featuring artists of varied genres and fame, headlined by Phoebe Bridgers and St. Vincent, among other tentpole acts. Friday …

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Michigan-based punk band Dogleg faced a dogleg — or sharp turn in a path — of their own in March 2020. The group released their debut album “Melee” March 13, the same day former president …

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With Loyola students unpacking their bags and settling into campus, student life is gearing up for a return to semi-normalcy this fall. For many first-years and sophomores, this week is the first time they’ll step …