On May 31st students from more than 17 schools across Chicago packed into The Private Bank theater downtown for a special viewing of Hamilton.
Hot tip from LoganSquarist : make sure you’re caught up on sleep before this weekend’s Logan Square Arts Festival, which is packed with an immersive arts and music experience that the whole family can enjoy for three straight days.
Internationally famed professional wrestler, podcaster and Chicago’s own Colt Cabana is celebrating his birthday by having a live, in-store recording of his illustrious and longest-running wrestling podcast The Art of Wrestling. Bric-a-Brac Records and Collectibles (3516 W. Diversey Ave.) is hosting the event on Saturday, May 6, 2017, at 4 p.m.
This month, the Logan Square Public Library and Logan Theater join forces to create a powerful media partnership. Centered around one an essential graphic novels of our time, Ghost World by Daniel Clowes, you no longer have to choose between book or movie.
The Whistler is releasing new music every Monday. “The Weekly Free” is a new song or collection of songs that were recorded live on The Whistler’s stage. “Most of the artists we feature are Chicago musicians because most of the people who perform here are locals,” said Billy Helmkamp, co-owner of The Whistler. They’ve had… Continue Reading
“It’s Just Color,” proclaims artist Cassie Tompkins, 37, in her first-ever exhibition, showing at Comfort Station from April 1 until April 30.
Since the creation of National Poetry Month (#NaPoMo) in 1996, the landscape of art hit quite a few growth spurts. Every art form now requires a “digital presence.” Blockbuster busts, and Netflix sails. E-books seemed poised to impale print, but most people still prefer it. Vinyl is back! Poetry underwent a revival through spoken word, and once had… Continue Reading
The new mural has children stopping and laughing, and the unwanted vandalism of the past disappearing.
The Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events (DCASE) has declared 2017 the “Year of Public Art.” While some in Logan Square look forward to what public works the program will bring to the city, others worry about the selection process for the chosen artists.
Joseph “Sentrock” Perez, originally from Phoenix, AZ, moved to Chicago nearly 5 years ago planning to attend Columbia College to study art.