When word of Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death spread, many Jews were in services, praying from their homes as congregations broadcast over live-stream.
Culture & The Arts
Wondering about Chicago music, festivals, arts, theater and food? WBEZ brings together the best stories about Chicago’s arts and culture scene. Together with our music station, Vocalo 91.1, we explore the stories that make the second city a vibrant world-renowned cultural destination.
The Chicago Latino Film Festival starts Friday, and the Music Box of Horrors marathon and International Film Festival are on deck for next month.
Reset checks in with archaeologist Julian Siggers about what it’s like to take over as CEO of Chicago’s Field Museum.
As a film professor, Sarah Kozloff learned ‘The Lord of the Rings’ fails an easy gender equality test. So she wrote her own fantasy series.
From visiting their new exhibit to watching ABC’s “Grown-ish,” Danyelle and Diona Gray share their top picks for the week.
Listen as Peter, Tricia and Greta search for possible religious analogs and consider the system of ethics in the ‘Toy Story’ universe.
The 120-year-old home is one of the few surviving buildings in Chicago designed by world-renowned architect Frank Lloyd Wright.
Nerdette talks with baker and cookbook author Shauna Sever about how to bake away your feelings this fall.
Only accessible by kayak, the Chicago River’s sea caves are a relic of the grand plan to reverse the flow of the Chicago River.
As the Academy Awards move to make Oscar nominees more inclusive, a recent report captures how the film industry has improved in diversity — and how it still lags.