An exhibit runs through Dec. 9, and features “Día de Los Muertos Xicago,” a free neighborhood celebration on Oct. 28.
Art prankster Banksy has struck again.
Four aldermen sent a letter to Civic Federation President Laurence Msall saying they have a “better pulse” on what the West Side needs than he does.
Cultural Affairs and Special Events Commissioner Mark Kelly told the Sun-Times that the decision was a “difficult” one to make.
From grand opera to women filmmakers to a bacon/beer extravaganza, there’s plenty to do this weekend in Chicago.
“The Bean” would have been smaller if not for John H. Bryan Jr., says Anish Kapoor, who created the iconic Millennium Park sculpture.
The Chicago Public Library hopes to raise at least $15 million by selling “Knowledge and Wonder,” by renowned artist Kerry James Marshall.
“It is pretty sad how they’re laughing at him and everyone perceives him as such a happy being, but deep down inside he’s not happy,” a visitor said.
Wacker Drive was closed to traffic so more than a thousand people could pack in for a view of the 115,000-square foot spectacle at Merchandise Mart.
From Disney on Ice to Expo Chicago to the Hyde Park Jazz Fest, there’s something for the whole family to enjoy this weekend.
Part of Art Design Chicago, the show surveys the six artists who created their own off-kilter style from 1966-69.
“The Time Is Now!,” an exhibition at the Smart Museum of Art, focuses on about 50 artists of the ’60s and ’70s.
From Meghan Trainor to T Bone Burnett and Fiesta Ravinia, make big plans for your Chicago weekend fun.
Felipe Sales got started tattooing his friends from an online-bought DIY kit, but now he loves doing it professionally.
The North Lion tossed its mane into the wide open mayoral race on Thursday — if you can believe Twitter.