Selena Fragassi

Contributor
With the move from Chicago to southwest suburban Bridgeview, Michael Petryshyn a.k.a. “Riot Mike” looks forward to “going somewhere where people want you.”
Throngs of adoring fans turned out at Millennium Park to hear the guitar legend Sunday, on what was officially proclaimed ‘Buddy Guy Day’ by the city of Chicago.
As he nears a Chicago Blues Festival set that may be one of his last, the 87-year-old master says he never wants to be a faltering artist who’s ‘not giving people what they paid for.’
A three-time recipient of the Ruth Page Award for Outstanding Choreography, Duncan is a powerhouse in his field. For three decades he has taught at The Chicago Academy for the Arts and worked with the Joffrey Ballet and Goodman Theatre.
When it came time to figure out a good spot for the new album release show for “Sunday Morning Put-On,” the Green Mill was a natural choice.
Not that the concert wasn’t entertaining — Megan’s confidence shone throughout. But the show was hampered by technical glitches and production that skewed more toward basics than arena spectacle.
Minaj had some good company for her United Center kickoff, bringing out two of Chicago’s own for special guest spots: rapper G Herbo and singer-producer Jeremih.
The veteran stand-up comedian, activist, marathoner stars as the title — and every — character in Shakespeare’s iconic work.
Playing hits including “Operator” and “Bad, Bad Leroy Brown” connect the musician to his late, “complicated” dad.