It’s been 34 years since novelist James Salter published a book. In All That Is, the life of the protagonist, Philip Bowman, might be meant to mirror Salter’s own.
The Art Institute’s new retrospective features work from Picasso’s long-distance relationship with Chicago.
Robert Shaw, 54, of Washington Park, was arrested and charged with robbing the Fifth Third Bank on 53rd Street Friday morning, claiming he just wanted to return to his “sick child.”
British director Jonathan Munby’s modern take on Julius Caesar seeks to “release” the play for modern audiences. From what, exactly, remains to be seen.
Steppenwolf’s latest production is a sobering, minimalistic portrayal of the Harold Pinter classic.
The Point, which started as an idea between three friends in the basement of Ida Noyes, will publish its sixth issue on January 26.
The Dead masterfully balances holiday-themed spectacle with maudlin, Joycean truths.
The Poetry Foundation launches an exhibit to accompany its newly-released anthology, which was published in September by the University of Chicago Press.