Fairy Godmothers, Psychic Friends and Other Myth Information Lori Hamilton at the Storefront Theater, Gallery 37 Center for the Arts, June 29-July 2 Big Goddess Pow Wow 9: “Big Goddess […]
Malcolm Gladwell’s new book isn’t just a look at how fads work–it’s a sinister exercise in the manipulation of information, meaning, and, ultimately, us.
Two feminist writesr fall to their knees before the masculine mystique.
To the editor: I’m generally pretty glad I’m not poor, but I’m really, really glad I’m not poor in the neighborhood of the Employment Resource Center (Neighborhood News, May 28), […]
To the editor: I am one of several volunteers at the Chicago unit of Recording for the Blind and Dyslexic who is recording the now-famous queer-studies book How Do I […]
To the editors: For the second week in a row, we’ve been treated to Jonathan Rosenbaum’s hysteria about the damage “political correctness” is doing to the movies [“Beautiful and Barbaric,” […]
To the editors: Harold Henderson (City File, February 20) approvingly quotes the Progressive’s critique of workfare in the absence of dependable child care and then proceeds to wonder “when [people] […]
To the editors: If your calendar editor wishes to be equitable, he could comment not only on the Benson and Hedges Blues Festival [October 12] but on the Prix de […]
The cleverest thing about this 26-minute video is its title, which suggests both a complex analysis of Little Orphan Annie and the phenomenon of wanting to be the little urchin—having […]