Fires can be more likely in historic structures, such as Notre Dame Cathedral, but some modern construction materials and techniques may be banned.
An epic adaptation of Herman Melville’s “Moby Dick” is the season finale at Chicago Opera Theater.
Anything involving art is controversial. Tastes differ. Street art can have a political aspect; graffiti artists will chafe at the notion of approval.
Artists, organizations and property owners can list their works on the registry; graffiti-removal crews are supposed to check before blasting away.
The high-adrenaline “Tap Dogs” continues to be a sensory overload — part vaudeville, part theater, part rock concert.
Organizers of the massive Navy Pier event say you don’t have to be Muslim to enjoy the benefits of ethical food and lifestyle choices.
Theaster Gates didn’t think he could cram all he wanted to say into a mural so he opted for a DJ booth and broadcast studio.
Making entertainment plans for the week ahead? We’ve got some suggestions for the whole family.
Exhibition slated to open in late May is now postponed amid concerns that the art poorly depicts the cultures and traditions of indigenous peoples.
With a two-tone bowl haircut, the Belgian-born Varda was a spirited, diminutive figure who towered over more than a half century of moviemaking.
From live theater to music to museum exhibits, there’s plenty to check out in the week ahead.
Arthur Brand says he knew it was the real thing as soon as he got his hands on it.
John Bucci won renown for his traveling replicas of Italy’s famed Trevi Fountain, realistic enough that people threw coins in them.
The items in the exhibit, titled “Tutankhamun, Treasures of the Golden Pharaoh,” are traveling outside Egypt for the last time.
The “guitar event of the year” Experience Hendrix, and the Chicago Latino Film Festival are among the many things to see and do in the week ahead.