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The Columbia Chronicle

Phoebe Pryce (Jessica) and Jonathan Pryce (Shylock) will perform in Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre’s production of “The Merchant of Venice,” featured at Chicago Shakespeare Theater as part of Shakespeare 400 Chicago in 2016.

Chicago ‘to be’ part of Shakespeare 400 celebration

By ARTS & CULTURE REPORTER
November 23, 2015
This Boombox, a repurposed shipping container, is just one example of how Latent Design hopes to utilize and revitalize public spaces. 

New pop-up library ‘rewrites’ Wicker Park

By Arts & Culture Reporter
November 16, 2015
Artistic director James Morehead said attendees can expect a range of programming including drag performances.

Chicago Gay Men’s Chorus ‘funks up’ Christmas favorites

By Art & Culture Reporter
November 9, 2015
In addition to being faculty, Meno is also a Columbia alumnus, graduating with his bachelor’s degree and master’s degree in Creative Writing in 1997 and 2000, respectively.

Professor delivers with latest novel: ‘Marvel and a Wonder’

By Arts & Culture Reporter
November 9, 2015
Artists work on pottery wheels in Lillstreets ceramic workspace

Lillstreet Art Center celebrates 40 years

By Arts & Culture Reporter
November 2, 2015
Caiti Pina, senior creative writing major, captures the audience with her story of family dynamics and relationships.

From page to stage: Live lit brings written stories to life

By Arts & Culture Reporter
November 2, 2015

Choose major based on interest, not potential

By Arts & Culture Reporter
October 5, 2015
Belmont (from left to right): Joey Legittino (bass/vocals), Brian Lada (drums), Matt Fusi (lead guitar), Sam Patt (rhythm guitar) and Taz Johnson (vocals)

Belmont hopes to carry on Chicago pop-punk tradition with new EP

By Arts & Culture Reporter
September 21, 2015
Residents attended a movie night put on by the Sunnyside Mall Committee over the summer. 

Sunnyside Mall project adds spark to Uptown

By Arts & Culture reporter
September 14, 2015
Prospero levitates his daughter Miranda in Shakespeare Theater’s “The Tempest.”

‘The Tempest’ brings magic in Chicago

By Arts & Culture reporter
September 14, 2015
The 2015–2016 season begins with “Grace of Intention: Photography, Architecture and the Monument” in October.

MoCP captures 40 years of photography

By Frank Enyart, Arts & Culture Reporter
September 8, 2015
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