Chicago sculptor Lan Tuazon’s latest installation is on display at Hyde Park Art Center through Nov. 13.
The Lookingglass Theatre Company will premiere the first five of 50 short films on Oct. 13.
Burial and effigy mounds were an important part of cultures indigenous to the Midwest region. Now, one Chicago artist is reviving the tradition.
A growing movement recasts Oct. 11 as a day to appreciate the diversity and history of Indigenous communities. That visibility, say Native Americans, can help us see what else needs to change.
Ruth Chepngetich of Kenya took the women’s race, finishing in 2:22:31.
Due to COVID-19 postponements, the races known collectively as the World Marathon Majors, are all scheduled from Sept. 26 to Nov.7. It’s an unprecedented crunch for both runners and wheelchair racers.
Bonus idea: Just sleep in!
This week, we take a look at complicated friendships in our lives: unvaccinated friends, Facebook friends, and ‘bad art friends.’
The annual Time Out index survey ranked Andersonville as the second coolest neighborhood in the world.
A group of Chicago dancers are connecting to their history and teaching younger generations to keep their culture alive.