A Tony award was the final piece of the puzzle for Hudson, who reached EGOT status — or winning an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony.
Vocalo Radio is out with a fresh new batch of tracks added to its on-air rotation this month.
Here’s a preview of the music and fun planned for June 18-19.
Aurora Mayor Richard Irvin reinstated the permit for the event Thursday after the city offered more money to police officers to take overtime.
The first pop-up of Chicago’s iconic food festival kicks off this weekend.
We talk to two people behind a new documentary about performing abortion before it was legal. Plus, do we need a new Bechdel test?
Music, movies, theatre, festivals, food and more: These top-notch activities won’t cost a dime.
The Peck family’s love of art and abolitionist beliefs came together at this home built in 1839 in Lombard.
After two years in hiding during the pandemic, the 31-year-old blueswoman is bringing that voice and those guitar licks back to local stages.
The New York Times bestselling author reflects on his writing before and after the #MeToo movement.