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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.
Most recent post: Chicago announces extension of temporary fine and fee forgiveness
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.
A weekly report on how local artists are shaping the culture of the city.
Most recent post: WTEVE and Bebop Heartthrob drop eerie new single "FADING"
Dear Chicago Bookstores is a bibliomaniac's love letter and tribute to the city's vibrant independent bookstore scene.
Most recent post: Chicago book events come to you: Monday, May 25-Sunday, May 31, 2020
Musings on cinema, current events, and various topics.
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.
Reviews of various concerts and events around Chicagoland
Most recent post: The Vic Theater Welcomes The Infamous Stringdusters
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).
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
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."