In his latest stage role, Godinez takes on a legendary fictional character.
The museum continues to promote and share a deeper understanding and respect of Native-American people and cultures.
The selection launches a new program in the series, “Music: The Beat of Our City.”
“Stronger” — about the Boston Marathon bombing — may be set in Boston, but star Jake Gyllenhaal believes many Chicagoans will relate to the story.
Rauner will establish a search committee to initiate the selection process for a new laureate.
“Rebel in the Rye” director was “quite moved” learning about the author’s early career.
FACE TO FAITH PODCAST: “My problem with the Jewish liturgy is that it can be translated: ‘Dear God, I am a meatball — and . . . smite my enemies.’ “
A Chicagoan since her transition, the Against Me! singer and memoir author embraces the “really open” city.
ZWECKER: Seeing a need for more books that “mirrored my life,” the librarian writes about a young Latina girl into punk music.
Hugely influential British sci-fi writer Brian Aldiss is dead at 92. Works included ‘Greybeard’ and the short story that Spielberg turned into ‘A.I.’
Transplanted author enlists her children, ages 8 and 5, to help research neighborhoods for her colorful book.
Past “21st Century Award” and “One Book, One Chicago” honorees will take part in the Carl Sandburg Literary Awards.
Roger Carlson, whose charming Evanston bookstore Bookman’s Alley was featured as a setting in the novel “The Time Traveler’s Wife,” has died at 89.