Chicagoans share the objects that make their homes good places to be.
Chicago in 2011 was nearly as segregated as it had been in 1970.
Artists, writers, musicians, academics, activists, and politicians—even Rahm!—weigh in on the new administration: the threats, the fears, the absurdity.
Also, reflecting on five years of Rahm rule in Chicago, and Chicago State University’s financial problems take a turn for the worse.
The unexpected pop-up screenings of Kanye West’s “New Slaves” video didn’t look great, but it turned out to be a great way to invite fans and even outsiders to give the song a closer look.
Two new books on books, both based on blogs, and the Seminary Co-op gets a new home
I tweeted, and here’s my response to your response
The local black-metal horde signs to an Italian label. Plus: Tactless tweeter @Mitchfork isn’t who “he” claims to be, and music blog Cream Team hits the Burlington for its first official party.
@MayorEmanuel’s Dan Sinker tweets all day long at HuffPoBooks.
Dan Sinker’s The F***ing Epic Twitter Quest of @MayorEmanuel is selling briskly at Amazon
Dan Sinker’s The F***ing Epic Twitter Quest of @MayorEmanuel comes out in book form
Wilco front man takes on the Black Eyed Peas
Simon & Schuster has released an excerpt of Dan Sinker’s new book, The F***ing Epic Twitter Quest of @MayorEmanuel. Sinker’s upcoming promo appearances for the book are Tue 9/6 at the Hideout (sold out) and Tue 9/13 at the Museum of Contemporary Art.
The 22nd annual Chicago Humanities Festival. Theme: Technology
The Mutation of Fortune by Erica Adams voted best new novel by a Chicagoan