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Could Paul Hurdle, a 1973 graduate of the University of Virginia School of Law, be the oldest law clerk in the country?

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In honor of our friends Mastodon playing their landmark album, Crack the Skye, for their Chicago show this week, we are releasing a small batch of the coffee. Back in 2017, the band was gracious enough to launch this coffee and play a this album for a benefit show for Hope For The Day at The Metro. The entire project seems surreal and humbling, and showed the world how important it is to give back to your community. Here's to you Mastodon, keep…

Gleyber Torres hit a two-run homer, and Gary Sanchez had three RBIs.

A glitch stalled checkout lines at various Target stores worldwide Saturday, exasperating shoppers and potentially eating into sales.

Local Chicago publication Sixty Inches From Center recently published an article on our panel discussion “Otherness & Beauty: Discussing Themes Within the Work of Joel-Peter Witkin.”…

Joe Ostrowski opened his show discussing the surging White Sox, who have their ace in right-hander Lucas Giolito going against the Yankees on Friday night. So Ostrowski welcomed on James Fegan of the Athletic whether we should view the team's record as a sign of improvement.

Uncover the origins of a dish that Americans have warmly adopted as their own —“General Tso’s Chicken.”

A selection of work from Bill O’Donnell’s series SOLID AND SPACE has been added to The Chicago Project! O’Donnell says: Once introduced to the iconic shapes and solids in [geometr…

Newcity reviews our current exhibition, Joel-Peter Witkin: From the Studio! Author Mark B. Pohlad writes: The photos and documentary make it clear that Witkin is a manic stage manager constantly in…

Last month, after years of efforts, the warlord Marcel Habarugira Rangira, lieutenant colonel of the Congolese armed forces, was convicted of war crimes before a military tribunal in Goma, eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo. Mireille Kahatwa Amani was one of the chief attorneys from the American Bar Association Rule of Law Initiative who worked to convict him.

Legendary performance artist Penny Arcade makes her long-awaited Chicago debut with Longing Lasts Longer, a show that The Arts Review Dublin called "a radical rock and roll rallying cry." A blend of razor sharp satire, memoir and comedy, Longing Lasts Longer’s street smarts and exuberance open a crack in our planet’s post-gentrified landscape
Do you look for smart satire? Comedy? A transformational experience in the theatre…

Ms. Lederer was portrayed in the Netflix mini-series “When They See Us” as aggressively prosecuting five black and Latino boys for rape despite doubts about their guilt.