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Meet Hayden Curry, one of 12 children of Elizabeth and Jud Curry. She's the star of the film "Hayden & Her Family," a documentary by Evanston-based filmmaker May May Tchao. The film looks at adoption in its many 'realistic' layers.
The Chicago Christmas tree will be lit in Millennium Park Nov. 19 to launch holiday events this winter, according to an announcement Thursday by Mayor Lori E. Lightfoot and the Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events.
The massive career retrospective "Thinking of You. I Mean Me. I Mean You." is at the Art Institute of Chicago through Jan. 24. It's no easy task to single out an individual phrase, but one that stuck: ADMIT NOTHING / BLAME EVERYONE / BE BITTER.
"What does it mean to get opportunity, screw up that opportunity then hope to receive another bite from the apple? When it comes to Black folks, we often don’t get second chances." Dawn Turner will open the Printers Row Lit Fest in a conversation about her memoir Sept. 11.
Printers Row Lit Fest will be back in Chicago’s Printers Row neighborhood this Sept. 11-12 after take a year off due to the pandemic, headlined for 2021 by National Book Award winner Ta-Nehisi Coates, who is the winner of this year’s Harold Washington Literary Award.
On a blistering Sunday afternoon, a walk around North Lawndale as part of Theatre Y’s “You Are Here” series perfectly encapsulated both the promise and the potential pitfalls of the theater company’s ambitious move to the West Side neighborhood.
The series kicks off with “I’m Every Woman: Divas Through the Decades with Akenya & Friends” with a lineup of Chicago musicians and vocalists covering music by women artists. "Bring your dancing shoes. You are not going to be just laying out in the lawn."
What's black and white and color on Sundays? And owes a deep debt to Chicago? The art of comic strips comes alive in a free new exhibit at the Chicago Cultural Center, curated by artist Chris Ware and historian Tim Samuelson. Spoiler alert: The Chicago Tribune is a major player.
If you’ve never made a trip to Italy to see the original, this may be the next best thing. Unlike the recent “Immersive Van Gogh” in Chicago, “Sistine Chapel” in west suburban Oak Brook is not a digital projection. You get textured, tactile reproductions of the frescos.
The Chicago Red Stars on Wednesday announced they brokered a deal with The U (WCIU-Ch. 26.2 and WMEU-Ch. 48.1) and Univision Chicago (WGBO-Ch. 66) to broadcast select matches this season in English and Spanish.
Both Dana Stevens' “Camera Man” and "Buster Keaton: A Filmmaker’s Life” by author James Curtis, explore Buster Keaton’s life and work. In relation to "A Filmmaker's Life," "Camera Man" is half the length and twice as stimulating.