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Man on a Mission: Chicago’s Friendly Neighborhood Pizza Man

By Ananya Sahai

Tour de Pizza is adding deeper meaning to our collective love for pizza. What makes it so good?

January 18, 2022

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4:52 p.m.

The Recording Academy

Rico Rocked the Reynolds Club

By Kayla Martinez

Rico Nasty’s MAB Show Was Exactly the Energetic Return to In-Person Performances that UChicago Needed.

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January 18, 2022

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4:46 p.m.

Kevin Berne

Got Plot? What Musical "Paradise Square" Fails to Deliver in Plot It Delivers in Spectacle

By Belle Nahoom

Arts reporter Belle Nahoom reviews the Nederlander Theatre's pre-Broadway opening of "Paradise Square."

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January 11, 2022

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10:40 a.m.

Blue Flowers Music

A Candlelit Correspondence With Puma Blue

By Julian Stern

Artist Puma Blue speaks about his music and recent album, "In Praise of Shadows."

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January 11, 2022

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10:24 a.m.

Taco Bell

Hyde Park Eats: Taco Bell Cantina

By Luke Laurence

A review of the Taco Bell Cantina in Hyde Park.

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January 11, 2022

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10:16 a.m.

Walt Disney Co./Everett Collection

The Fleeting "Eternals" Flies Too Close to the Sun

By Alina Kim

A well-intended portrayal of diversity and human imperfection, "Eternals" winds up deficient in other important storytelling aspects.

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January 11, 2022

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10 a.m.

Spring Awakening See Tickets Gallery

Rain Can’t Dampen the Spirits at Spring Awakening

By Alex Dalton

The EDM festival was a suitable sendoff for a summer that saw the return of live music to Chicago.

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November 30, 2021

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9:16 p.m.

The Chicago Tribune

With Bug, Steppenwolf Theatre Stages a Bold and Electric—If Overwhelming—Return to In-Person Shows

By Noah Glasgow

The revival production, which runs through December 12 at Lincoln Park’s Steppenwolf Theatre, serves up commentary on race, relationships, and paranoia.

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November 30, 2021

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2:52 p.m.

WBEZ Chicago

The Office Experience: A Not-So Office-Like Experience

By Evan Williams

Arts reporter Evan Williams gives us the lowdown on why The Office Experience is not-so office-like after all following its recent opening on Mag Mile.

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November 30, 2021

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2:45 p.m.

NYC GO and Off Broadway Week

They’re Back, Blue, and Better Than Ever

By Jordan Goodwin

The Blue Man Group upholds its reputation as one of the highlights of Chicago’s performing arts scene.

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November 14, 2021

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11:13 p.m.

University of Chicago Department of English

Phoenix Poets Series Poised for Relaunch

By Evan Williams

Dr. Srikanth Reddy heads up the series’ new editorial board.

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November 14, 2021

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1:02 p.m.

Douglas M. Parker Studio, Los Angeles

Untitled (Lonesome Flame)

By Julian Stern

Arts reporter Julian Stern explores Toba Khedoori’s “Untitled (Black Fireplace)” and considers his place in its universe.

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November 14, 2021

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12:36 p.m.

Yelp

Hyde Park Eats: The Refectory

By Luke Laurence

A review of the Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago's Refectory.

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November 14, 2021

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10:56 a.m.

Callie Rosenzweig

"Survivor: Chicago": Surviving More Than Just a UChicago Education

By Natalie Hoge

Students at UChicago have founded and are now participating in UChicago's first game of "Survivor."

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November 14, 2021

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10:34 a.m.

Skullcandy

gecs on gecs on gecs

By Seth Nguyen

100 gecs returns to Chicago with both well-loved hits and unreleased bops up their sleeves.

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November 9, 2021

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7:35 p.m.

Playbill

Making a Movie of a Musical of a Documentary

By Jennifer Morse

Members of the cast of "Everybody's Talking About Jamie," talk about the movie and its production.

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November 7, 2021

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7:47 p.m.

Zeff Worley

Pitchfork Lives On

By Zeff Worley

For the first time in two years, Pitchfork Fest is back in Chicago and better than ever.

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November 7, 2021

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7:06 p.m.