Cor Theater and Stage Left Theatre Present Midwest Premiere of Off-Off-Broadway Play by María Irene Fornés
We're ready for you.
Beauty Rebelle has a personal trainer-led workout strategy that doesn't even require us to leave home, we have a cult western starring Raquel Welch to watch, and I'm setting out to interview 46 amazing entrepreneurs and leaders before you're done.
No pressure, but your predecessor was quite the disappointment, and we had to let it go.
As we head into 2017, we already have mixed emotions. We're sad (read: HORRIFIED) to see President Obama go, but comforted that we'll get to mourn in person as he gives his farewell speech at McCormick Place on Jan. 10. We're thrilled that women will be marching in protest all over the country, including here in Chicago on Jan. 21. And we're, well, you know, about what happens in between.
We'll also be celebrating our anniversary on March 8, and we hope all of you can join us.
Bring it, 2017. We got this.
Beth Stelling closed out Chicago's Tomorrow Never Knows Festival with a hilarious set on Jan. 15.
Michelle Wolf's headlining set at The Hideout on Jan. 13 brought the funny to the Tomorrow Never Knows Festival in Chicago.
For you, family, or anyone who’s in need of a bad-time boost, “Cards for Brianna” may be heaven-sent.
Karen Hawkins, editor of this mag and black superwoman from my journalism past, sent me a message asking if I’d like to write a monthly column in honor of her brother, Aaron. his blog site Uppity-Negro was one of the first on the internet