The multimedia ensemble’s latest production is a beautiful and transfixing examination of the effects of the industrial age.
“Advertising is never really about the product. It’s about what myths or generalizations you can get people to buy into.”
“L’Affichomania” displays French posters from the belle epoque.
A few relics from the glory days of Chicago TV commercials
A new exhibition at the Cultural Center shows how Valmor Products targeted minority communities.
As the New York Times has shown of late, there are errors and there are errors.
How old songs have begun competing on the Hot 100
As “little” LED billboards continue to flash all over the city, an ordinance addressing them is stalled in committee.
A Reader columnist goes RedPlum crazy.
Why listeners might like “Ho Hey” because they like Blue Moon beer.
How a good Hollywood filmmaker uses a close-up of a child’s face
Bro code lies at the center of an episode of Underemployed that suggests it’s women hold each other back in the work place. MTV! It’s post-feminist.
What to take away from Buzzfeed’s theory on why people share content online
Trying to disentangle the “what the fuck?” movie of 2012
A new website uses humor to promote therapy