PETA gets wind of a Field Museum request for lemur specimens, and guess what happens next.
Mike Magnuson’s Carbondale, Illinois
Mike Magnuson churns his Wisconsin upbringing into a writing style that’s both nakedly plainspoken and artfully unreal.
Can vegan gnocchi smash the capitalist state?
Friday 4/12 – Thursday 4/18 APRIL 12 FRIDAY In today’s zero-tolerance political climate, one gets the feeling the prodigal son would be shot dead if he tried to come home. […]
When Jane O’Mahoney decided the school and medical facility she helped found in the Nepalese village of Kharpa should stick to using local resources, she wasn’t thinking “slow food” or […]
In a private room above Blackbird restaurant at noon on a recent weekday, the French Government Tourist Office regaled a group of American freelance writers, French diplomats, and travel professionals […]
This isn’t a pub crawl–it’s a bunch of guys going from bar to bar and having a drink at each one.
The once-young stars of “Poppin’ and Lockdown” get down and creaky for a good-natured attack on a 1980s craze.
Raw Meat Served Here
A dozen young folk in bright thrift-store duds got on the Blue Line at Jackson and took seats in pairs, trying not to laugh–at least not yet. Their intent was […]
In the 1780s his house was disgraced. Their baronetcy forfeit, their fiefdom seized, the petty nobles yet went on living, dazed and landlorn. Not knowing what else to do, they […]
Will’s Northwoods Tavern and Supper Club on a Sunday afternoon is no place for nonpartisans.
The Score’s Boers and Bernstein mix a little Bozo in with the box scores.