Two new records show off new developments in her music.
An assessment of the restaurants, bars, and food stalls in Eataly, the River North Italian mega-emporium
Cuba’s Teatro Buendía adapts the landmark Mexican novel Pedro Páramo for the Latino Theatre Festival.
Chicago poet David Hernández had a beat and Achy Obejas could dance to it.
Anthony Coleman reframes the post-ragtime proto-jazz of Jelly Roll Morton, one-of-a-kind mongrel folkie Michael Hurley cuts an album with Ida, and Tompkins Square collects three discs of off-the-grid black gospel.