It is a bit unusual for a professor from the School of Molecular and Cellular Biology to publish a novel like this, and Jason talks more with author Bob Switzer.
Marika checks out Krannert Art Museum's opening night, and previews the upcoming fall season.
The filmmaking community and the community at large all came together to celebrate the creativity of our brightest artistic stars: young and old.
Track 9, an atmospheric thriller by localish author Sue Rovens, poses some questions that Rebecca has spent about a month pondering.
Kate Fenton looks into the not-so-distant future with the Station Theatre's Marjorie Prime.
Marika investigates the newest gallery in C-U: The Gilbert Gallery.
Whether you're a passing acquaintence or bosom companion of the grounds of Allerton's park, a new local history and architecture book will reveal every nook and cranny.
Rebecca tries to discern exactly what went down at the ballpark during Bleacher Bums.
Jordan reviews Michael Duffy's book From Chicago to Vietnam: A Memoir of War.
Rebecca examines how the “strange”ers in the Station Theatre’s production of The Foreigner aren’t all that far from home.
The Arts Section strives to celebrate our community's rich and vibrant artistic scene, from theatre to local authors, film, performance art, and everything in between.