Theater

Loyola’s showing of “Everybody” successfully dazzles with an immersive show of stellar acting, sound effects, lighting and unique presentation of a morality play.  The play seamlessly adapts the medieval play “The Summoning of Everyman” into …

Theater

It’s confirmed — everybody dies in Loyola’s upcoming production of “Everybody” by Brendan Jacobs-Jenkins. The play premieres Feb. 17, and although the process has proven to be a challenge for cast members, the entertaining lottery …

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 …

Student Life

Sam Webster, a 20-year-old junior at Loyola, called her current boyfriend a “one in a million” find. When adventuring through Hinge — a popular dating app — she was fortunate enough to come across his …

Film & TV

“Halloween Kills” continues the never-ending saga of Michael Myers and his violent holiday murders. Although seasonal and timely, the series continues with a predictable ending — Michael Myers is captured, he escapes and, as always, …

Dance

The streets of Chicago, Detroit and New York came alive during Chicago’s Global Street Dance competition Sept. 24 at Thalia Hall. In this bracket-style dance competition, artists went head-to-head to show off their skills in …

Film & TV

“Lady Of The Manor” proves well-known actors — such as Judy Greer (“13 Going On 30,” “The Wedding Planner”) — can’t save a bad script. The film relies solely on sexual innuendos, substance abuse and …