A pair of Reader staffers argue the merits and drawbacks of the new Sleigh Bells full-length, Bitter Rivals, while simultaneously listening to the album. And they mention “shred-pop” nearly a dozen times combined.
Cuba’s Teatro Buendía adapts the landmark Mexican novel Pedro Páramo for the Latino Theatre Festival.
What’s on the Agenda for Friday, December 14, 2012
What’s on the Agenda for Sunday, December 2, 2012
A few new articles and reports about the U.S. prison system
The Bears lose, and it looks like losing Jay Cutler is the reason.
This year, the Goodman Theatre’s A Christmas Carol seems keyed to the economic crisis
Julia Keller explains why we should keep reading the new hot novels even though they’re not worthy of us.
The international feud between Charles Dickens and his brother Augustus.
The thriving if sinful city of Cairo seemed destined for greatness. What went wrong?