Just this past week the National Football League’s brand new pre-season went into play, with deals and steals happening from one coast to the other. These days are all about transactions and transformations (hopefully positive ones) to teams that need help. The biggest news came in the form of quarterback changes. Tony Romo will say goodbye to his position in Dallas…yet, where he will be going is still anybody’s guess (all except Jerry Jones, most likely, who seems to know just about everything that happens in the NFL before any deals are signed). Whatever the case may be, it’s a given that when the announcement comes from Tony about which team he will lead, experts worldwide will have something to say.
Chi-Raq Film Review by Kam Williams Spike Lee Offers Solution for Chicago Gang Violence in Timely Morality Play Just when we were ready to give up on Spike Lee, wouldn’t you know he’d reassert his relevance with a decent inner-city drama decrying the gang violence in Chicago? Ironically, this timely tale is based on […]
Cubs V. Mets: Youth, Predictions & A Whole Lot of Fun By Amy Lignor Yes, the Mets lead. Game 1 is in their win column, but if they think those Cubs are going down easily, they should think again. This is one of the very first times in the sports nation where […]
On June 4, 1944, a German submarine known as U-505 was prowling off the coast of West Africa on a hunt for American and Allied ships, when depth charges from the USS Chatelain blasted the dreaded U-boat out of hiding. It was the end of a violent run for U-505, which had terrorized the […]
Date: Friday, Dec 6, 2013 Time: 6–10 pm The MCA invites the varied LGBTIQ communities of Chicago to a night of dancing, performance, and radical potential co-curated by Chances Dances. Chances Dances is a queer dance party and collective dedicated to building safer spaces in Chicago since 2005. All Chances parties recognize the power […]
Date: Fri 11/29/2013 – Fri 12/13/2013 Time: 10 am – 12 pm Every Friday from 10am to 12pm, scientists will be out in the Museum sharing the wonders of our collections and highlights of their research. Hear about their work, see real artifacts and specimens from the over 24 million objects not on display […]
Sat, Nov 9, 2013, 11 am Join us for a day of creative thinking and making designed and led by Chicago-based artists. Exploring the exhibition The Way of the Shovel, dig through objects of all shapes and sizes and tell stories with what you find. Funding Support for Family Programs is provided in part through […]
Badge Day at The Field will have Boy Scouts trekking across the Museum with fun scavenger hunts, exploring natural sciences through hands-on activities, and experiencing a behind-the-scenes tour with a Field Museum scientist. All Merit Badge requirements completed through the program! The Merit Badge offered in this session is Mammal Study. Sessions are held Saturdays […]