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Wesley Willis's brother is among the disabled artists working at Project Onward in Bridgeport

The nonprofit supports and exhibits artists with mental and developmental disabilities.

This Issue

Ben Joravsky argues that Chicago needs a financial transaction tax now more than ever. In Theater, Tony Adler explains how Steppenwolf's East of Eden is a mythic misstep and Zac Thompson recommends Victory Gardens' boxing drama Sucker Punch. And in Food & Drink, Mike Sula has mostly good things to say about Sarah Jordan's spiffy takeover of former greasy spoon Johnny's Grill.

ON THE COVER: Photo of Theaster Gates's Stony Island Arts Bank by Tom Harris. Read more in Kate Sierzputowski's preview of the opening of the Arts Bank.
The Reader's Bar Guide: Hundreds of bars searchable by neighborhood and our top recommended watering holes in Chicago
The People Issue. 20 stories exploring what makes Chicago work.

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Fall Arts
The Tempest Chicago Shakespeare Theater
September 18
Performing Arts
Sucker Punch Victory Gardens Theater
September 18

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