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Watch a classic flick under the stars at the drive-in theaters that have popped up in (and around) the city.
The lakefront attraction's summer slate of cultural programming is still happening.
The owner said "financial issues" are the reason behind the shuttering.
A coalition of local owners is fighting for the survival of independent music venues.
While its stages are dark, the comedy theater is bringing the laughs online.
Pretend you're on a blanket on the lawn with these tuneful recordings.
Some exhibitions have migrated online, allowing you to explore on your couch.
Watch colorful schools swim by on this mesmerizing live stream.
While we wait for live music to return, enjoy these amazing videos of local acts.
Get out and snap a photo with some gorgeous works that are always on display.
Discover emerging and established artists at these community institutions.
You don't need to spend a dime to see great art throughout the city.
Explore a few of the architect's most acclaimed creations.
The multi-talented musician breaks down his latest fusion of hip-hop and rock.
Chicago biggest summer music festival won't happen in 2020.
The annual punk rock festival announced its 2021 lineup 14 months early.
In order to survive, independent venues will need federal funding.
Chicago theater scene is daunting, but we've narrowed down the best companies.
These theaters make the Loop an inarguable destination for live performance.
Diversity and inclusion are topics of constant conversation in theater circles.
Find what to watch on this streaming service for theater lovers.
The home of the Chicago Red Stars will host open-air screenings this summer.
The Davis Theater and Facets are curating the lineup of classic flicks.
There are our favorite places to catch a matinee or late-night screening.
Want a meal while you watch? These theaters serve food to accompany your film.