This week's cover stories: Chicago's new comedy clubs, an interview with director Steven Soderbergh, a Caribbean travel story
Here's what's coming up on newsstands in tomorrow's Time Out Chicago magazine:
- Is Chicago's stand-up comedy scene about to explode (again)? Comedy editor Jason A. Heidemann finds that with the addition of two new clubs, Second City's UP and Laugh Factory, Chicago may not become the madcap yukfest that was the '80s and '90s, but the clubs may provide an outlet for local talent, including Junior Stopka.
- Plus, Film editor Ben Kenigsberg chats with director Steven Soderbergh about his impending retirement (not that we necessarily believe it'll happen) and his new movie with MMA hottie Gina Carano, Haywire.
- And in Travel: You want to be on the Turks and Caicos islands right now.