Friday Jul 25
Theater events: Jedlicka brings 'Big Fish' to the stage
In-development works by Martyna Majok, Tanya Saracho and Joshua Conkel are among the plays featured as part of Steppenwolf Theatre's ninth annual First Look Repertory of New Work.
Photo Flash: Sneak Peek - Chicago League of Lady Arm Wrestlers Hosts Cllaw Xix Match Tonight
The Chicago League of Lady Arm Wrestlers is putting the "sizzle" in summer at CLLAW XIX tonight, July 25 at Logan Square Auditorium, 2539 N. Kedzie Ave. in Chicago.
Arm Wrestlers Test Their Strength at Cllaw Xix
Chicago's strongest women will flex their muscles this weekend as they elbow their way through CLLAW XIX, a Chicago League of Lady Arm Wrestlers competition.
Red Eye Chicago
Home sweet home: Residents of controversial building fight eviction
Harold Shirley never had seen a bed bug before moving to the Milshire Hotel three years ago.
Public Premiere Screening Announced for GRAFFITO, 8/3
GRAFFITO, Soft Cage Films NFP's sophomore production, documents a revolutionary street graffiti artist in Chicago.
Streets Blog Chicago
Cost Isn't the Issue With Palmer Square Speed Tables, NIMBYs Are
Last month, a DNAinfo.com article drew attention to a new campaign to improve pedestrian safety at Palmer Square by installing raised crosswalks, also known as speed tables.
Logan Square's History Of Change Captured In New Exhibit
"Picturing Logan Square: An Exhibition of Rare Images," chronicles the drastic changes of a classic neighborhood that has been part of Chicago since 1889.
Summer in the city, Chicago freebies galore
With its theater, music and literary scenes, fine dining, sports teams, museums and unmatched lakefront, Chicago is worth visiting any time of year.
Chicago Mayor Sets City's Independent Bookstore Day
Saturday, July 12 marks the first Chicago Independent Bookstore Day in the Windy City, when nine indies hope to entice customers into their bookstores with special deals, activities, author appearances, and food samples--lots of food samples, judging by the Chicago Independent Bookstore Day schedule of events .
Residents Blame Construction Work for Flooding
Some Chicago residents are blaming a construction company for massive flooding that damaged several homes last week.