On Feb. 18, Kathy Griffin stopped by the North Shore Center for the Performing Arts for a hometown show that was full of celebrity gossip, Trump tales
and hilarious jokes.
Stefanie Berecz and Brendan O’Connell of The Right Now share insight into their musical style, songwriting process and how the election has transformed the catchy chorus of their new album, 'Starlight,' into powerful war cries.
Rebellious sex and relationship advice from an experienced queer non-monogamous kinkster.
“We’re one part rock show, one part sporting event, one part pro wrestling, one part charity fundraiser.”
Hyde and Seek: Visual Talent Found in Solo Shows at Hyde Park Art Center of Jessie Mott and Rhonda Wheatley
February marks the first time Chicago artists Jessie Mott and Rhonda Wheatley will showcase their work in solo exhibitions at the Hyde Park Art Center.
My first exposure to the love and light that is Taryn Brumfitt happened several years ago when scrolling through
my Facebook feed. Not wanting to face a looming deadline, I clicked onto the site, and there in front of me were two split-screen photos of Brumfitt—the
“before,” a tanned, thin woman in a bodybuilding competition. The “after” showed her naked and sitting sideways, smiling after recently giving birth
to her third child.
As I wrote in my first column here, my kids are my primary job. So when I take a sick day—or three—I’m still in my office. I can hear my coworkers raising general hell
just a few feet from my churning stomach. And my place of employment has no awareness of sick leave for full-time employees.
“It’s a call for action and a response to that call to action,” said protestor Cynthia Stringfellow Jackson about the overwhelming popularity of the Women’s
March on Chicago. “If you take the broadest approach to this thing, it’s about people in America feeling respected, loved, accepted and as part of
the love of mankind overall.”