This might go down in history as the year everything got completely fucked forever, but some people will also fondly recall it as the year when Sonic Boom finally released his glorious second LP, All Things Being Equal—three decades after his solo debut. Peter Kember, the multi-instrumentalist better known as Sonic Boom, made Spectrum way […]
Chicago designer Sheila Rashid makes unisex clothes that give people the freedom to define themselves.
Dan Savage advises a young woman ensnared by a married Christian Grey, and more.
Performers from this week’s Daphne: A Women’s Movement in Dance Music talk to the Reader about artists who inspire them.
Is the left pivoting toward Trump?
Reader film editor J.R. Jones talks to the director of Lambert & Stamp, a new documentary about the visionary managers who shaped the band in its early days.
Failure can be so much funnier than easy success, but Hornby doesn’t let his heroine suffer or struggle.
Not everyone the press calls “sheepish” is actually sheepish.
A Vivian Maier exhibit leads to a lawsuit against the owners of the Wicker Park gallery Corbett vs. Dempsey.
She danced her way out of a job, but Marina Shifrin’s still in good standing with the troupe of oddball media makers.
Revisiting the 1979 BBC teleplay in light of I Declare War, the recent Canadian feature playing at Facets Multimedia
Stephen Hawking slammed for changing his view on assisted suicide
Everyone leads double lives, but especially serial killers.
The British essay-filmmaker has uploaded his 1995 documentary The Attic to his website.
What’s on the Agenda for Monday, August 27, 2012