Marika investigates the newest gallery in C-U: The Gilbert Gallery.
Whether you're a passing acquaintence or bosom companion of the grounds of Allerton's park, a new local history and architecture book will reveal every nook and cranny.
Rebecca tries to discern exactly what went down at the ballpark during Bleacher Bums.
Jordan reviews Michael Duffy's book From Chicago to Vietnam: A Memoir of War.
Who are the artists in our neighborhood? Marika finds out and speaks with some of the talent on display at last weekend's opening reception.
Veteran youth- and Parkland-production actor Jasmine takes a look at what makes Hairspray shape up into a noteworthy youth musical.
40 North's latest exhibition turns an old saying around and backs it up with evidence.
Mara finds that one's enjoyment of the Station Theatre's latest production may depend on one's ability to get into an appropriate "Party" mood.
Marika checks out the annual Parkland College Graphic Design Student Show at Giertz Gallery.
Local poet and professor Gale Renee Walden has released her second book of poetry in twenty years, and Rebecca wants to argue semantics about how to praise it.
The title of today's sermon is, "Can church be dramatic without religion?" and will be delivered by guest speaker, Rebecca Knaur, who attended The Station's production of Lucas Hnath's The Christians.
The Arts Section strives to celebrate our community's rich and vibrant artistic scene, from theatre to local authors, film, performance art, and everything in between.