New reviews and notable screenings in this week’s issue.
Attorney General Lisa Madigan is going after Snoop Dogg’s colorfully packaged malt liquor beverage, Blast, saying the “binge in a can” could be dangerous to minors. Also, “[t]he 12-percent alcohol concentration means a single 23.5-ounce can is equivalent to drinking a six-pack of typical American beer,” her office said. (Sun-Times) Chicago musician Matthew Leone, who […]
The Music Box hosts a free screening of the pro-choice drama If These Walls Could Talk.
More on “I’ll Die Tomorrow” star Michael Shannon’s music, theater and film career.
CL Inc. hires Alex Kam to be its chief digital officer.
Rebecca Cammisa’s documentary “Which Way Home,” screening Friday 12/11 at Chicago Filmmakers, rides along on a train roof through Mexico with unaccompanied boys stowing away into the United States.
Sex on TV is finally gonna get interesting: Reader sex columnist and Chicago native Dan Savage says that he’s hunkered down right now in his own office at HBO studios in Los Angeles, getting ready to tape a pilot inspired by his always-brilliant column.
Kate Churchill channels her passion for yoga into directing the new documentary, Enlighten Up!