Film & TV

At the height of anti-war sentiments, civil rights movements and counterculture, director and screenwriter Aaron Sorkin’s new film, “The Trial of the Chicago 7,” brings to life one of the most notable events in U.S. …

Theater

COVID-19 is changing the face of the entertainment industry and theater is no exception. Theaters all over the world were forced to close their doors this season as packing crowds of people into an enclosed …

Books

Loyola’s Department of Modern Languages and Literatures will celebrate society’s long-time love of visual storytelling with its annual Foreign Language Graphic Novel Contest, open to students of all majors.  Those who participate will create a …

Arts & Entertainment

For the first time, Loyola’s Department of Fine and Performing Arts will be holding FNARFEST, a celebration of art-making at Loyola, which will take place in the Ralph Arnold Gallery (1131 W. Sheridan Road) from …

Dance

Each year, Loyola’s dance program showcases the work of students who spend seven days a week bouncing between the classroom and the studio. The tradition will continue this year with a show dedicated to celebrating …

Art

Local artist documents 30 years of the neighborhood in black & white photos. Like any part of the city, Rogers Park has seen a wave of change over the years — many places that were …

Events

Rogers Park is home to many different cultures — and where there’s cultural diversity, there’s a medley of different kinds of food. From Mexican cuisine, to Italian pizzerias, to sweet treats, there’s something for everyone …

Theater

It’s true what they say — some of the best, most entertaining stories are those experienced firsthand by their creators, as proven by “Sons and Lovers,” the semi-autobiographical novel by English author D.H. Lawrence. Now, …