Critics’ Choices and other notable shows: Aloe Blacc, Clinic and the Fresh & Onlys, Luisa Maita, the Soviettes, Dimmu Borgir, Bosco Delrey, and more
October 7, Berlin
Critics’ Choices and other notable shows: Belle & Sebastian, Dungen, Tim Sparks, Burton Greene, Faun Fables, Kylesa, Chucho Valdes, and other notable shows
Critics’ Choices and other notable shows: Reflection Eternal, Peter Brötzmann & Hamid Drake, Céu, Drop the Lime, the Styrenes, and other notable shows
Tonight Berlin offers free admission before midnight to Toys for Tots donors.
Starting at midnight tonight, free Colt 45 will be served (while supplies last) at Berlin (954 W. Belmont) as part of the “Get Get Down” event presented by Vice Magazine and Colt 45.
Spread over four days, the festival’s seventh installment features Emilie Simon, Meshell Ndegeocello, JD Samson, and Psalm One.
On Thursday night, French pop singer Emilie Simon makes her Chicago debut as part of the Decibelle Music and Culture Festival; Yerba Buena front woman CuCu Diamantes performs at Rumba.
A freakishly cold mid-October means it’s time to reacquaint ourselves with the potential for cold-weather creativity.
The post-9/11 electroclash fad did a lot to help Larry Tee‘s career, transforming him from a fairly obscure New York dance-scene fixture best known for cowriting RuPaul’s “Supermodel” into the […]
The Trib’s transportation columnist makes some debatable but thoughtful suggestions about the CTA – but I’m more impressed by Berlin’s crackdown on fixies.
What does it take to keep pee in its place?