Scenes from classic Hyde Park eateries and a doll-making workshop at Blackstone Library. By MINGUS HOFFMAN-ZOLLER.
Two U. of C. students burn a laptop at the Point to make a point. By CARDELL PHILLIPS. Photos by STANLEY CORIOLAN.
Though it remains clearly influenced by the ghost of Hitchcock, Brian De Palma’s 1984 film “Body Double” falls flat. By BRIAN BELAK.
Families assemble a wrapping paper mural, with inspiration from Judy Ledgerwood’s new installation at the museum, “Chromatic Patterns.” By JENNET POSEY.
Tim Burton’s 1994 film Ed Wood plays like a cult film by — and for — members of the cult of bad cinema. By BRIAN BELAK.
Director Kleber Mendonça Filho’s 2012 film “Neighboring Sounds” offers an intimate character study set in middle class Brazil. By BRIAN BELAK.
Rockefeller Chapel welcomes the new season with a didjeridu performance from the Chicago Didjeridu Chorus. By JENNET POSEY.
By LINDSAY WELBERS Staff Writer The Hyde Park graffiti wall is one of the last remaining places where aspiring graffiti artists can take their time, hone their skill and put their work on public display. “It’s a place that really anybody can go and do some public art and express yourself and other people will(…)
This week marks the debut of a new Herald Blog photographer (or “blogtographer,” as we like to say here in the office): Mingus! Below are some shots Mingus took at barbershops around Hyde Park. Stay tuned for more!
By Anne Spiselman Ragusa in southeastern Sicily seems designed to confound the geographically challenged. It’s really two towns, Ragusa Ibla and more recent Ragusa, separated by a gorge, and although the older Ibla also is called “Ragusa Inferiore,” or “lower,” it spreads out over a high cliff that just isn’t as high as the one(…)