Political Atrocities of 1998
Gerber/Hart Library’s Russell Kracke and Theatre Q’s John Koulias give gay and lesbian playwrights a new stage.
From the pages of Stay Free! ¥ Issue #15 (P.O. Box 306, Prince Street Station, New York, NY 10012; $3) Excerpts from: My Very Special Trip to the Nike Store […]
Mayor Daley Living 101 Ways to Cook Bobby Rush’s Goose Decorative Ethics Reforms for Election Season Ten Former Subway Peddlers Who Want to Be Your Butler Seeing Michigan– It’s as […]
Big Trouble FILM FOE Godzilla A big lizard Deep Impact A big rock Everest A big rock Armageddon A really big rock Titanic A big iceberg Antz A big shoe […]
cohen2.qxd To the editors, As a senior with a limited income, I am as much concerned with the cost and quality of medicare as anyone else and agree that there […]
One of the best essay films ever made on a cinematic subject, Thom Andersen’s remarkable and sadly neglected hour-long documentary (1974) adroitly combines biography, history, film theory, and philosophical reflection. […]
Think you’re good with languages? See if you can translate Daleyspeak: match the quote to the topic our mayor was allegedy addressing.
Here Comes the Bugs!
They’re All Connected Politicians love playing games–with the truth, with taxpayers’ money, you name it. So why not play a game with politicians? See if you can put these rascals […]
A woman sends her self-destructive daughter and grandchildren, whom the daughter neglects, to spend the summer in the Mississippi Delta, hoping their self-esteem will be nurtured by a sense of […]
herwitt.qxd Dear editors: I read the article about Nelson Algren in the issue of November 20 with interest. I question the statement that he “was the son of a poor […]
THE DESERT SONG Sigmund Romberg’s operetta The Desert Song was a rousing hit when it debuted on Broadway in 1926, but the genre was already on the wane in the […]
Beware of Dogma this summer the Southern Baptist Convention performed a feat no less amazing than multiplying loaves and fishes: they staked out a place for themselves far to the […]
Is the Sun-Times going down the tubes?