The one-act is heavy-handed but accurate.
Judith Mackrell’s new group biography isn’t serious history, merely very entertaining.
Now an office building, 35 East Wacker was once a redoubt for wary jewelers—and Al Capone.
This week’s Culture Vultures recommend Rod Serling’s Night Gallery and Jeffrey Gusfield’s Deadly Valentines.
Record Store Day is a good day to remember that legendary early blues-and-jazz label Paramount was a subsidiary of a furniture company.