Chicago’s culinary scene continues to dazzle on the world stage.
Handler says new episodes of “Chelsea” will stream each week until the end of the year.
In her fierce yet immensely exuberant production, Brenda Didier has gathered a phenomenal cast of more than 30 performers, including 17 kids.
The memorial will take place starting at 1 p.m. Nov. 6 at the Upstairs Theatre, 1650 N. Halsted.
The perpetually hungry Elgin native has other subjects in mind for his upcoming stand-up performances at the Chicago Theatre.
In 2000, Playboy founder Hugh Hefner got his honorary street sign, thanks to a legislative end-run that overturned an earlier city council vote.
Hugh Hefner: “When I was a child, the street lights were still gas. And you got your milk and coal and ice delivered by horse-drawn wagons.”
The Chicago Park District will present a family-friendly Halloween movie and candy giveaways in Maggie Daley Park after the parade.
In the show, Mizrahi sings standards while also riffing, on among other things, personal weight issues, sleeplessness and Jewish stereotypes.
The annual lighting of the Christmas tree takes place Nov. 17 in Millennium Park.
The museum continues to promote and share a deeper understanding and respect of Native-American people and cultures.
Chicago-area art museums, galleries are primed for an exciting season.
Stars Chadwick Boseman and Josh Gad will attend the film’s opening night premiere in Chicago.
Historians believe even the earliest humans played in the sand, and records from the 1800s document the building of sandcastles and other sculptures.
The comic strip originated in the Chicago Times beginning in 1940 and, after the paper merged with the Chicago Sun in 1948, in the Chicago Sun-Times.