Arthur Mann, whose class on American Social Movements was always packed, researched and practiced the ideals of urban order.
Les Misérables has been on London’s West End continuously since 1985. Its first Chicago performance came in the Spring of 1989 at the Auditorium Theater, and at least two tickets went unused.
An old barn on the south side of Chicago’s Midway Plaisance became the center of artistic creativity throughout the twentieth century.
Living above Harold’s Chicken Shack can have surprising effects on a vegetarian.
When playing four square at Hyde Park’s Promontory Point, be prepared to address the physical needs of toddlers.