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Show Me Chicago previews, reviews and expresses opinions on what's happening in Chicago from Blockbuster Theater, to what's new in dining, arts, and the neighborhoods.
Books Without the B.S.
Most recent post: Where Evil Personifies: The Outsider by Stephen King
A hideout for all one's windy city horror-centric needs: Film fests, macabre art shows, zombie walks, drive-in horror nights, free movie screenings, etc.
Most recent post: Weekend: Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Nosferatu, Ari Lehman, Outdoor Films
Former Playboy Playmate Candace Jordan takes you to Chicago's swankest society galas and private parties -- sharing behind-the-scenes intrigue and celebrity dish. Required reading for the city's see-and-be-seen set.
Most recent post: LMFAO's Redfoo will be celebrity guest host at Green Tie Ball 2018
Night time photography of the Windy City.
Most recent post: Chicago Happy New Year 2018 view of Fireworks from Michigan Ave.
Comedian and writer Scott King interviews top entertainers such as Louie CK, Elijah Wood, and Joe Rogan, & covers Chicago's top entertainment events (Lollapalooza, UFC, comedy shows, and more).
Most recent post: Would SNL's "Pat" survive today's gender-conscious viewers?
Exploration of all things fantasy through adventure, cosplay, reviews, advice, musing, and everything in between!
Most recent post: REVIEW: What's all this then? A new British farce by EDGE Theatre NFP
One part Chicago, all parts dance: your guide to the Chicago dance scene.
Most recent post: 5 Things You Need to Know About "An American in Paris"
Covering the best happenings in Chicago for fashion, music and art.
Meeting your classic literature and literary needs one post at a time.
Most recent post: "To the person in the bell jar, the world itself is a bad dream."