This past Thursday, a stylish woman in a fur vest and high-heeled boots escorted a man in sunglasses to the center of the small gallery space inside the UofC’s Logan Center.
by Mosum Shah •
Nate Marshall’s favorite word is “scruples,” because he likes the way it sounds. In moments of silence, he flails his hands to convey emotion.
by Jeanne Lieberman •
There’s nothing like food and laughter to strengthen communities and heal maladies. The basement auditorium of the UofC’s Logan Center was peppered with plenty of both on Sunday afternoon for the premiere Chicago screening of “Soul Food Junkies,” a new documentary by filmmaker Byron Hurt about a tasty, filling, and possibly damaging food culture.
by Claire Withycombe •
When I suggest to Bill Michel, executive director of the University of Chicago’s Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts, that we walk and talk, he hesitates, fiddling with the cuffs on his lilac dress shirt and glancing at…