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Lyft won big in California. Now it’s set its sights on Illinois.

Chicago Reader (Galleries & Museums) 11/23 10:47A Adam M. Rhodes
After the success of Proposition 22, the ride-hailing giant is funding a local super PAC that could drastically change the gig economy landscape in Illinois. A nascent political action committee,...

There's no room for waste at Tinyshop

Chicago Reader (Galleries & Museums) 11/23 8:25A Isa Giallorenzo
Environmentalist Christine Sorich's pop-up grocery store is small but mighty. Few aspects of modern life require a larger amount of denial than the waste we produce every single day. We're seeing the...

Jesu seduces you with melodic bleakness

Chicago Reader (Lit & Lectures) 11/23 6:00A Noah Berlatsky
UK guitarist and composer Justin Broadrick is best known as a founding member of the industrial metal assault that is Godflesh. But capturing purely annihilatory noise in that pounding maelstrom is...

Make Virtual Thanksgiving Memorable With These Ideas

CBS Chicago (Best Of) 11/23 3:28A Best Of – CBS Chicago
CHICAGO (CBS)   Thanksgiving is going virtual this year, and that means getting creative is key. Like many local families, CBS 2 s Dorothy Tucker is looking into ways she can...

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‘If I could run away, I would’

Chicago Reader (Food & Drink) 11/20 7:45A Maura Turcotte
Restaurant owners of color struggle to stay afloat during the pandemic. Omelets alongside tortas and Polish sausages, pink lemonade next to agua fresca de pepino, Valentina hot sauce next to Heinz...

The power of the Snack Collective pivot

Chicago Reader (Food & Drink) 11/20 4:00A Mike Sula
Three Vietnamese American chefs do it their way and offer a boost to their friends. I used to struggle to keep up with the number of restaurants that opened each week in Chicago.…

Quarantinis delivered

Chicago Reader (Food & Drink) 11/18 9:45A Jenna Rimensnyder
Here’s where you can get to-go cocktails around Chicago. As we begin to make our way into the winter months, the skies begin to grey, and the streets become windy as hell, we all begin to feel a...

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There's no room for waste at Tinyshop

Chicago Reader (Style) 11/23 8:25A Isa Giallorenzo
Environmentalist Christine Sorich's pop-up grocery store is small but mighty. Few aspects of modern life require a larger amount of denial than the waste we produce every single day. We're seeing the...

Jesu seduces you with melodic bleakness

Chicago Reader (Style) 11/23 6:00A Noah Berlatsky
UK guitarist and composer Justin Broadrick is best known as a founding member of the industrial metal assault that is Godflesh. But capturing purely annihilatory noise in that pounding maelstrom is...

Delia Derbyshire Day celebrates a pioneer of electronic music

Chicago Reader (Style) 11/23 12:00A Jamie Ludwig
Delia Derbyshire is most famous for her 1963 arrangement of the Doctor Who theme, but she composed her own pieces for more than 200 radio and TV shows. It can be tricky to pick a subject for an...

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