Due to the rise of the COVID-19 pandemic, the students were forced to put their show on hold. Now, a long two years later, students in the high school’s media arts program are premiering their television show pilot, Stitched Together, on the big screen at Music Box Theatre.
The last time Canadian twin-sister duo Tegan and Sara came through Chicago, they were on the road celebrating the tenth anniversary of 2007’s The Con. At the time, it seemed like a fairly standard move—lately it seems like practically every long-running band has dusted off a fan-favorite album for a special show or tour. But […]
They sound their barbaric yawp through the living room.
But its anonymous author doesn’t allow enough room for class discussion.
Incoming high school freshman Shavon Collins doesn’t want to grow up just yet.
Dan on giving up your virginity to your high school crush, selling weathered boxer briefs online, and coming to accept that your girlfriend has no interest in fucking you.
In the epic At Berkeley, Frederick Wiseman turns his lens on higher education in the age of George W. Bush.
Local high school punks the Ungnomes unleash a brand-new Christmas EP.
Dan advises three sets of brothers.
Dan on men who like men in drag.
The Ungnomes, fronted by Jon Langford’s son Jimmy, play at Martyrs’ this weekend
New reviews and notable screenings in this week’s issue
I regret regretting anything having to do with high school
The experience that zapped the regret portion of my emotional range came in the form of a trip I took when I was 18
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