Lauren Groff’s latest follows a girl’s escape from a colonial settlement.
Culture & The Arts
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But there is hope, too, according to the report. It shows small- and medium-budget organizations saw a slight increase in average staff sizes.
The National Museum of Mexican art is featuring its 37th annual Día de Muertos exhibition.
The technology is the first of its kind at any opera house in the world.
The “Three’s Company” character, who dressed in long, flowy caftans — or kaftans — glided into any room with confidence and flair. A South Side group will have a caftan pub crawl to support charity later this month.
‘Young Love’ Creator Matthew A. Cherry on why Chicago families are at the center of his new TV series
The Oscar-winning Chicago football-player-turned-director recently joined WBEZ’s Rundown to talk about his new show ‘Young Love,’ growing up in the city and his hopes for future Black storytellers.
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The restaurant and lounge on the 95th and 96th floors of the former John Hancock center is permanently closed. The high-end restaurant and bar offered sweeping views of the city and Lake Michigan.
The yearly theater festival will bring local and international productions to nearly a dozen venues across the city. Here are some highlights.