Pipeworks Brewing combines alien abduction and raspberry truffles: two great tastes that . . . oh, never mind.
Our correspondent discovers a new favorite hoppy beer from Chicago, and also that the word “ninja” is not the best sign when it comes to metal
Pipeworks Brewing finally bottles its Abduction Imperial Stout, and it’s bitter, black, and bottomless
The eminently creepy Dutch abduction thriller “The Vanishing” kicks off “Hollywood Fail,” the Logan Square International Film Series’s monthlong program of “amazing foreign films remade into American films.”
Beejay Oslon and Gerrit Lewis are ready to give Chicago another top-shelf craft brewery—they just have to hit their Kickstarter target by the end of the year.
Standouts at Goose Island’s Stout Fest 2010
Night Stalker, Rind Grind, and Abduction, oh my!
On the run from the Texas Rangers in 1963, an escaped convict (Kevin Costner) develops a close friendship with the seven-year-old boy (T.J. Lowther) he takes hostage. A good two-part character study with a terrific performance by Lowther and fine work by Costner, which should help resuscitate his image after too many Boy Scout projects, […]