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Every time we witness some mass anti-social criminal activity, like the most recent on Michigan Avenue, we always have somebody who says that we have to do more for these poor children. How about we discipline them. How about we hold them responsible...
Tags: Illinois Governor, Punishment
We're about to begin a remarkably lively jazz weekend, even by Chicago standards. Among the highlights: The Engines: This enterprising ensemble has been offering a stylistically free-ranging music for nearly a decade, but this weekend's engagement...
Tags: Entertainment, Music, Arts and Culture, Music Industry, Concerts
The practical challenges of a small modern dance company are ever formidable: a struggle to finance productions and attract an often elusive audience. Whining gets you nowhere, while action talks. In that vein, four venerable Chicago companies have come...
Q: Since milk and cream are ultra-pasteurized I am having a hard time making ricotta and Greek cheese. Do you have any suggestions or do you know where I can purchase pasteurized (not ultra) milk or cream? I know raw milk is not sold in the U.S. I hope...
Spring is in the air, and starting Monday so are service changes affecting some CTA bus routes and the Blue Line. There is some good and some bad, from the viewpoint of riders who will either gain or lose service. From the perspective of CTA service...
Opinion about Mitsuko Uchida's Mozart playing is likely to remain divided among piano connoisseurs, but the concert public as a whole continues to adore her. The latest of the pianist's more or less annual appearances with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra,...
Indiana drivers who use E-ZPass transponders to pay tolls electronically on the Illinois Tollway might soon be charged an extra fee to balance out what Illinois officials see as a long-unresolved fairness issue. Since 2010, Illinois Tollway I-Pass...
One person sustained minor injuries Saturday evening when a small truck struck a CTA bus and rolled over in the South Loop neighborhood, authorities said. The crash happened about 9:25 p.m. at the intersection of East Congress Parkway and South Michigan...
After devoting the three weeks of Riccardo Muti's spring residency mainly to core Austro-German repertory, the musicians of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra probably were in need of a change of pace. And so, for that matter, were audience members. To...
Mother's Day is a little more than a week away, so if you haven't made brunch/dinner plans, it's time to get cracking. Here are a few suggestions to get you started. Allium. Mother's Day brunch seatings from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Expansive buffet with...
Drummer Jack DeJohnette, trumpeter Wadada Leo Smith, pianists Jason Moran and Robert Glasper and saxophonists Donald Harrison, Charles Lloyd, Jimmy Heath and Rudresh Mahanthappa will headline the 35th annual Chicago Jazz Festival, running Aug. 29...
Jorge Federico Osorio knows firsthand the power of classical music to move young minds and hearts. "Many years ago I was playing a concert in a church in the Mexican city of Leon," the Mexican-born, Highland Park-based pianist recalls. "When I began...
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