Known both for its skewering social and political commentary as well as a breeding ground for famous comedians, from Chris Farley to Stephen Colbert, Second City will now bring its funhouse-mirror worldview to Chicago’s rich history. Director T.J. Shanoff and five Second City veterans have been building a new sketch comedy show using both archival…
Award-winning photographer Seth Casteel has basically devoted his life to photographing pets, and through his work as one of the most published pet photographers in the world he’s mingling with celebrity owners including Ellen DeGeneres, Amy Smart, Denise Richards, Perez Hilton, the cast of “Twilight” and the cast of…
After a highly successful run in 2009 that included rave reviews and sold-out audiences, the New Colony’s play “Frat” by Evan Linder returned Friday to the Apartment Lounge in Lincoln Park for a six week run through Saturday, Oct. 22. “We were oversold for the entire run,” director Andrew Hobgood said. “We had people demanding…
Ald. Michele Smith and real estate developers held a public meeting to discuss what may become of the vacant Children’s Memorial Hospital site.
When Michele McIntire moved to Chicago, Lincoln Park was at the top of her list of places to settle — largely because it was so dog-friendly.
The group that “puts together interesting mash-ups of literary people and other art forms” hosts a benefit Tuesday night at Lincoln Hall.
Have you ever stepped out of your apartment, or a bar after dark and wondered why the world seemed so orange? You aren’t alone.
Last time, we focused on the trail-blazing explorer René-Robert Cavelier de la Salle, and this time we will be looking at a dentist. That’s right, a dentist.
Hey, what’s with this 90-degree weather in September? RedEye hit the street to find out what are Lincoln Park’s favorite things to do in the heat.
Also, someone was arrested for battery at a North Avenue store and someone was robbed on Orleans Street.