Aretha Franklin, who changed the face of rock, soul and R&B with classics like “Think” and “Respect,” has died of pancreatic cancer at 76.
Entertainment Arts Editor/Weekend Agenda at the Chicago Sun-Times covering music, theater, dance, entertainment, pop culture and more.
The Oscar-winning singer/musician/activist is jumping in memory of his grandfather, a Vietnam War veteran and paratrooper.
Here’s a look at some of the nearly 500,000 exhuberant fans who braved scorching temperatures to catch their favorite bands at the lakefront fest.
Running Sept. 7-23 and staged at 17 venues across the city, showcase will also feature a Global Peace Picnic in Humboldt Park.
“Funny is always funny,” said the “View” co-host and EGOT winner. “And not funny is always funny, too. Everyone has an opinion!”
Whether you’re a veteran Lolla goer or a newbie, here’s a look at some of what you can and cannot bring with you to the festival.
Turkish Airlines has turned to the LEGO films’ familiar faces to make safety videos a whole lotta fun, as well as informative
Lovato’s latest song, “Sober,” was released just last month, in which she detailed her drug use relapse.
Chicago’s five-day celebration of the 50th anniversary of Special Olympics culminated with a concert Saturday night at Northerly Island.
The musical is one of the longest-running in Broadway history. The show returns to Chicago in 2019 for a limited run.
Photographer Jim Lommasson: “All of the images tell a story. When the participants add the narrative to that story it brings another level to it.”
Based on the 2007 film of the same name, features music and lyrics by David Yazbek, and is directed by David Cromer.