News articles from The Scene
Tinsley Ellis will celebrate the release of his first solo acoustic album, “Naked Truth,” with a performance at the Uptown Grill’s Playlist Theatre in La Salle at 7:30 p.m. Friday, March 15.
The new owner of a bar along the curve of Route 14 in downtown Cary are looking to give the building a makeover while opening a new business.
The McHenry Outdoor Theater is set to open the week of spring break, more than a month ahead of previous years and following one of the latest seasons owner Scott Dehn has ever offered.
'Witch' tells the story of a devil arriving in a small English village to bargain for souls only to find that the toughest adversary is a woman cast out as a witch.
Local schools include Thompson Middle School in St. Charles, Oswego High School, Naperville Central High School, College of DuPage and more.
The March 2 event launches the spring season of Norris Cultural Arts Center-produced ‘Saturday Night Lights.’
American English takes listeners on a journey exploring The Beatles’ career.
The Local Scene: Zuzu African Acrobats, ‘Anxious People!’ show, Self-Care Fair and more in DeKalb County
Learn about the characteristics of a nocturnal animal’s eyes and then take a hike in the night to look for glowing eyes at the Joliet Park District's "Creatures of the Night" program on Friday.
The Elgin Community College Musical Theatre department presents “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” in the ECC Arts Center Second Space Theatre.
The Illinois Rock & Roll Museum in downtown Joliet honors, preserves and promotes the music that came out of Illinois.
Registration is open for the 17th annual Flute Day, with workshops from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday
Enjoy kids games and a free festival in Algonquin and celebrate a new glassblowing business opening in Richmond this weekend.
Plan a winter boutique shopping trip across Starved Rock Country.
Chamber Music on the Fox will celebrate its 10th anniversary by presenting “A Concert for Elgin,” a free performance at 2 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 25, at Elgin Community College’s Blizzard Theater.