Twenty years and over 500 songs in, The Mountain Goats keep on climbing.
Tilda Swinton and elderberry ale in Lakeview East.
The wall behind the Mobil Gas station on East 53rd Street used to be one of the few places in Chicago where graffiti artists could paint without being hassled by neighbors or the police.
Passover is brought to new life in Hutchinson Courtyard.
A sneak peek behind the velvet curtain
A lifelong Cubbies fan tells the sorry tale in his new book. Hey – you can’t win ‘em all!
There she blows! Pequod’s Pizza strikes black gold – delicious, crusty gold.
“Do not allow the iron bars on the storefront windows to throw you. This is a true diamond in the rough.”
Past Minutes “is an exploration of that which our media is meant to bring us to, to the making of a space in which the director, the actors, and the viewers are all spectators of something that has its own life, its own vision to be realized.”
“This is your Captain speaking. Please ignore any arbitrary ratings on Rotten Tomatoes, and enjoy the film. Or not.”
The Organization of Latin American Students (OLAS) expresses itself, en vivo.
Career poet Jerome Rothenberg performed works new and old at the Logan Center’s Poetry Series last Thursday.
After a controversial sixth season, AMC’s slow-burning drama finds its footing again—even as Don Draper loses his.
Arts, culture, and overpriced beer in the North Side.
A bold new retrospective at the Museum of Contemporary Art.
Dance groups from all over Chicago will join the campus crew this Sunday for its annual spring showcase.
A quick look into 53rd Street’s burgeoning retail scene.
A young woman’s strange, erotic journey from Milan to Minsk.
The new season of HBO’s Game of Thrones promises to be bloodier (and better) than ever.
Student Allison Torem and Chicagoan filmmaker Ignatiy Vishnevetsky team up on a new short film.
The South Asian Students Association’s annual cultural show hits Mandel Hall.
A professor’s big discovery hits the small screen.
A student band finally makes the pilgrimage to its jazz Mecca.
Cloud Nothings continues to push its boundaries.
“We’re kind of a variety show,” says Papadosio front man Anthony Thogmartin. Expect lights, though. Lots of pretty lights.
Hot Singles in your area – at Lincoln Hall, actually.
The beloved sitcom takes a final bow. Say it ain’t so, Barney!
Delta Gamma took home the top prize.
Mansueto and the Reg used for several scenes in the film.
Which Harold’s Chicken Shack takes the prize?
California-native Ambrose Akinmusire led jazz quintet at Logan on Friday.
Reflecting expanded interest and reach—as well as a slew of new events—the University’s celebratory week preceding International Women’s Day will culminate with an address by acclaimed physicist Young-Kee Kim.
“As Rusalka, her silence is alien in a world of song—she makes the glittering royal court her desert. There’s a desperation in her movement that’s both heart-wrenching and captivating to watch.”
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UChicago’s own StarCraft team currently ranks as the third-best in the nation in the Collegiate StarLeague. With playoffs beginning at the end off March, does victory lie in virtual waiting?
Former 30 Rock writer Hannibal Buress: “If you truly care about the environment, you should piss in your sink.”
Singer-songwriter and Tel Aviv native Asaf Avidan rocks the Old Town School of Folk Music.
“Betting money on the Oscars is a bad idea.” And yet, we know you will. Let us help!
Over a quarter in the making, #FOLLOWUS opens with a reception on Feb. 28 at 5 p.m. Opening night only “campus tours” will run from 6–7 p.m.
Find out how “opera in Ming- and Qing-dynasty China was a progressive force that broke down social barriers both in content and in the way that it infiltrated every level of society.” There will be crabs.
Best known for the recently-revived Arrested Development, Jason Bateman will be on campus to screen his directorial debut at Doc, with a scheduled Q&A to follow.
Vikings star Clive Standen on filming season two: “I got a spear straight through the shoulder this season, and we carried on filming.”
Third Coast Percussion’s dreamy set list mesmerized the crowd in the Logan Center Performance Hall as the quartet concluded its week-long residency last Friday.
In its tenth anniversary, MODA aims for “overgrown hothouse” looks to ring in the spring season. Expect florals, pastels, dynamic shapes, and, of course, glam.
Full of engaging history and thoughtful connections, The Oriental Institute’s Our Work: Modern Jobs, Ancient Origins is worth a visit before its curtains close this weekend.
“O’Brien is the type of host you’d watch with your college friends, but he isn’t suited to your grandmother’s living room. Fallon is functional in both settings, particularly with your grandmother.”
The results are in: Which Olympic athletes scored gold, silver, and bronze in looking hot and stylish in Sochi this winter?
“You were in charge of the group reservation, and you forgot to make it.” Now what?