Chicago’s top prosecutor asked potential victims to come forward and an inquiry appears to be underway in Atlanta into allegations of abuse by Kelly.
Jessica Hopper’s “Night Moves” is an episodic memoir, drawn from her diaries, about time spent navigating a music scene that she was documenting.
The art critics of The New York Times tell you what rocked their worlds this year: notable art events, works in museums and galleries, emerging artists and how they found beauty in unexpected places.
In this newly restored 1968 documentary, two nuns ask a variety of passers-by in Chicago: “Are you happy?”
“The Time Is Now!” at the Smart Museum of Art in Chicago examines a watershed cultural moment and the African-American artists figures who defined it.
“Knowledge and Wonder” was to be sold at Christie’s on Nov. 15, but arts advocates and Mr. Marshall had criticized the move by the city of Chicago.
The artist has pushed well beyond his popular “Soundsuits,” and has opened a multidisciplinary space in Chicago to support community collaborations.
She is a sociologist, poet, Twitter maven, Chicago cultural celebrity and newly minted Marvel Comics writer. But don’t ask Dr. Ewing about her superpowers.
Wrightwood 659, founded by the entrepreneur Fred Eychaner and Dan Whittaker, an architectural historian, is dedicated to architecture and activist art.