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  • DuSable Museum honors star role models

     DuSable Museum honors star role models
    The DuSable Museum of African American History celebrated the 20th anniversary of its "A Night of 100 Stars" Gala on March 28 at the elegant South Shore Cultural Center. The fundraiser honored five community leaders with Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Gov. Bruce Rauner in attendance along with more than 600 guests.
  • Weekend: Eat. Drink. Do.

    Weekend: Eat. Drink. Do.
    'Game of Thrones' events, an art sale and more weekend things to do in Chicago April 10-12. EAT 'Game of Thrones' Wild Boar Dinner Frontier 1072 N. Milwaukee Ave. 773-772-4322 Eat like royalty while watching the last three episodes of the HBO...

    A Motley crew: Representing black bodies for 100 years

    A Motley crew: Representing black bodies for 100 years
    The dapper man with the finely twirled moustache and the tapered fingers holds his paintbrush with the same insistent poise with which he holds all gazes that turn in his direction. Most do — the man is Archibald J. Motley Jr., the great...

    Comic artist Lucy Knisley sketches out a life in Chicago

    Comic artist Lucy Knisley sketches out a life in Chicago
    Ten years ago, comic artist Lucy Knisley met a guy named John on the Internet and agreed to go for a bike ride through Wicker Park. On their first date they browsed the stacks at Myopic Books, ate sandwiches in the park and perused Quimby's eclectic...

    Art and science intersect at the School of the Art Institute

    Art and science intersect at the School of the Art Institute
    Eugenia Cheng had just cut a bagel into a Mobius strip and was explaining why a liquid could not assume the same shape, when a student posed a question: "That bagel looks like water coming from a waterfall," said Nico Camargo. "What if you froze water?"...