110 days of summer
Here they are: the season’s best comedy shows, concerts, sporting events, plays, exhibits, Friday date films and more, all so you can seize every day as if it were summer’s last.
Yoga at the Lincoln Park Zoo, Bike the Drive and more
Jazzin' at the Shedd, Just for Laughs and more
Beachpalooza, Pitchfork Music Fest and more
Hit the beaches, Lollapalooza and more
The chef’s new restaurant, Tavernita, is slated for a late-August opening.
The movement artists perform their meditative installation, Naked, at the Museum of Contemporary Art June 24–26 and 28.
The MacArthur “genius” grantee’s eponymous retrospective opens at the Museum of Contemporary Art May 28.
The doc filmmaker revisits the famous case of the “manacled Mormon.”
The renowned wit joins the Just for Laughs festival.
The Northwestern grad talks about her Sundance-feted film, Circumstance.
The Portlandia star and WILD FLAG singer-guitarist plays Subterranean and Wicker Park Fest.
The chef divulges details on Slurping Turtle, slated to open early-August.
The Interrupters documentary subject and CeaseFire violence “interrupter” on mediating in front of the camera.
New destinations from Takashi Yagihashi, Ryan Poli and others are in the works.