Music of the Baroque offers its popular brass and organ concerts this week, pleasurable wallows in loud instrumental polyphony featuring compositions by some of Baroque’s most beloved composers. Unfortunately it’s […]
MARILYN HORNE at Rosary College, February 27 PAUL HENRY at Ascension Church, February 26 The art of opera and the art of the song recital are as different as the […]
It took Philip Morehead about four years to put together The New International Dictionary of Music, a new book designed to offer some competition to the mostly British, mostly classical […]
Despite a relentless antigun drumbeat in the media and among politicians, women of all ages are taking self-defense into their own hands.
To the editors: In his letter (October 22) attacking the discussion in my article (“Right Wing Feminists,” October 1), Frank Palmer seems to be confusing feminism with liberal statism. My […]
A Roundtable Discussion Led by Bryan Miller
Should juries be reminded of their right to judge the law and ignore the judge?
The hulking lowbrow’s claim to human ancestry is not quite dead and buried: Q & A with NU anthropologist Fred H. Smith
Armed with media smarts and legal savvy, Susan Murphy Milano has launched a one-woman crusade against domestic violence.
This year’s American Institute of Architects’ annual convention, held here June 17 through 19, will have a touch of guerrilla theater, courtesy of a group called CARY, as in Chicks […]
A Conversation With John T. Richardson, the Retiring President of DePaul University
A Roundtable Discussion on Education for Gifted Children
Last summer James Ginsburg, recording engineer Bill Maylone, and organist David Schrader made a couple of five-hour trips (once through a wave of tornadoes) to the Salem Evangelical Lutheran church […]
Q & A: Robert Belcaster on the Future of the CTA
Would it help or hurt?