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“Clued In: An Improvised Murder Mystery” is playing at The Blackout Cabaret on Thursdays April 5–May 31, then moving to Judy’s Beat Lounge Saturday’s June 2–30, both at 230 W. North Ave. 

Can I have a ‘Clue’?

By Kendrah Villiesse
April 1, 2018
The outside of Cook County Jail in Chicago.

Prison arts program gives inmates a creative outlet

By Erika Force
December 12, 2016
 Christopher the Conquered is scheduled to perform at The Hideout, 1354 W. Wabansia Ave., June 16 to support his first full-length album

Christopher ‘Conquered’ first full-length album

By Ariel Parrella-Aureli
May 9, 2016
“Meaty Bits of Jimmy Shay” is Jimmy Shay’s one-man comedy show in which he plays a butcher.

Get your haunt on at Chicago Horror Theatre Festival

By ARTS & CULTURE REPORTER
October 26, 2015
Renderings of The Second City expansion of its Training Center depict bleacher seating in its main lobby where students can relax and work. The expansion is expected to be completed by the end of December. 

Second City to debut new Training Center soon

By ARTS & CULTURE REPORTER
October 19, 2015
At the Jazz Initiative’s event, Bobbi Wilsyn, the coordinator for voice and choral ensembles at the college, spoke about influential women in jazz. 

Women in jazz celebrated by college community

By Campus Reporter
October 19, 2015
We must “meet our obligation to police and firefighters who answer our every call,” Mayor  Emanuel  told aldermen on Sept. 22.

Mayor Emanuel presents Chicago budget proposal

By METRO REPORTER
September 28, 2015
Under the Gun actors held back laughs while sharing personal stories with the audience. Left to right: Nick Bernardi, Erin Diehl and Sam Howard.

Professional party games amuse in Wrigleyville

By Zoe Eitel, Arts & Culture Reporter
September 8, 2015
Andrew Bailes posed for a photo with Liz Anderson after his April 5 performance of “The One-Woman No-Show.”

‘One-Woman’ show not a solo act

By Arts & Culture Editor
April 20, 2015

Chicago: A training ground for comedic talent

By Arts & Culture Reporter
March 9, 2015
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