Black women deal with loss in new digital plays by Perceptions Theatre and Black Lives Black Words.
By Kerry Reid | Oct 22, 2020
To complement IVW's live programming, the Reader has rounded up some favorite stories about Chicago music venues past and present.
By Jamie Ludwig | Oct 22, 2020
Aaron Sorkin rewrites Chicago history to help beat Trump.
By Ben Joravsky | Oct 21, 2020
You’re going to be OK
The Mental Health Issue
Download My State of Mind: The Guide Book (PDF) by SocialWorks.
This 20-page section was a special pullout supplement in the October 15, 2020 Chicago Reader.
This content would not be possible without the support of the Chicago Reader partners: Habilitative Systems, Sinai Chicago, Joliet Job Corps and Paul Simon Job Corps, Adler University, Chicago Behavioral Hospital, Thresholds, and Kadima Mental Health Services.
The Housing Issue
Isaacs | Culture A book looks beyond skyscrapers to a neglected bounty of single family houses.
Dukmasova | Witness Ex-cops attempted to throw out a Rogers Park tenant at gunpoint. The police report tells a different story.
Landlords A new database matches rental properties with owners, whether they like it or not.
Photography The Folded Map Project shows a segregated city.