A Disastrous Miscalculation and Its Effect on the Most Ambitious Comics Zine Ever
Feel Tank Chicago takes its misery to the streets.
Born in 1943, Neal Samors enjoyed an idyllic Rogers Park youth, playing ball in the alley behind his apartment building and seeing movies at the Granada Theatre. When he married in 1969, he and his wife settled on Farwell Avenue, just blocks from his childhood home. But after their daughter was born in 1975, they […]
Pasties come in different sizes. That’s just one fact of the striptease life that Tara Vaughan Tremmel’s learned making a documentary on the history of burlesque. Tremmel, a graduate student in history at the University of Chicago, first visited the Exotic World Museum in Helendale, California, last year, while doing research for her dissertation. The […]