A celebration of life for legendary DJ, record producer and remixer Frankie Knuckles will be Monday, April 21, 6-9 p.m. at Progressive Baptist Church, 3658 S. Wentworth Ave., Chicago.
Next week, Chicago's own MidTangent Productions is reviving "Snow White and the Seven Drag Queens," the campy drag jukebox musical that helped define the niche company blurring the lines of theatre and drag.
Chicago Police have charged a Back of the Yards man with sexually assaulting a woman in a Boystown alley.
A statue commemorating the late Mary York, the lesbian attorney and community activist who died of cancer in 2008, has been stolen from the Howard Brown Health Center (HBHC) Peace Garden.
"I’ve been incredibly lucky to do theater, film, and television in a relatively circular career, whereby I’m never getting bored because I’m always doing something different relatively soon."
"By far, the biggest challenge is to maintain the style and charm of this iconic event, while putting my personal spin on it."
"For me the name of the game is to present to you a woman who lives every day in the trenches of maternity."