How we interpret and appreciate the natural world is dissected in Comfort Station’s new art exhibit by Singapore artist Phoebe Chin.
This month marks the 34th anniversary of the opening of Rosa’s Lounge. Owner Tony Mangiullo spent some time talking to LoganSquarist about his experience coming to Chicago, his view on blues music, and what it’s like to have a business in Logan Square for more than three decades.
Local musician and producer Mike Altergott’s music game is strong—he’s got project after project coming up with Malt Audio, his production company. Catch him this weekend for a free music show at Cole’s!
Q&A: Indie-folk group The Sea The Sea bring their layered vocal harmonies, acoustic guitar and exploration on the beauty of difference in their upcoming sophomore album on Wednesday at the Hideout Inn.
The Skewer, a review of op-eds, comedic debate and political games, hits Café Mustache’s stage on the first Wednesday of every month—that’s tomorrow. And it’s free.
Dogs, cocktails, Sunday buffet brunch and football—that’s one hell of a combination. Join Park & Field and One Tail at a Time at the 2018 Puppy Bowl Viewing Party this Sunday and watch puppies score toy-chdowns (and maybe watch the Superbowl, too).
Dive into local band Faux Furrs’ spacey tunes to prep for their first show of the year tonight at Beat Kitchen with The Evening Attraction, The Hustle and Temporary Pharaohs.
All Star Press presents The Poster Art of Scott Williams, A Soul Summit Retrospective which opened Saturday, Jan. 13 – 31. The retrospective, featuring Chicago’s own Scott Williams, is a must see: It has really funky retro posters of soul and R&B acts; posters that look like you swiped them from your cool Uncle’s rec room…. Continue Reading
Last year, the American literary world lost one of its rock stars when Denis Johnson died. The 67-year-old, author of dozens of books and winner of multiple awards, died from liver cancer at his home in Gualala, California. Now, his final collection of short stories The Largesse of the Sea Maiden will be available, published amid tribute… Continue Reading
Art and technology are explored in the new waterfall installation “Digital Fountain,” which will be rear-projected from within Comfort Station starting at dusk tomorrow through Feb. 18.