Maxx McGathey of Gramps the Vamp scores silent horror films, including Nosferatu and The Man Who Laughs, which opens the Music Box of Horrors—and whose disfigured hero inspired the Joker.
The report did find an officer used “inappropriate control techniques” when it detained one of the students.
Dead Meat Design gets a show of its own, the Chili-Synth Cook-Off returns for year seven, and more.
Yes, there’s a local DIY venue that shares its name with a fast food joint, but not for long—the last show at the space is Saturday night.
A Bogan guard is wearing out nets in area gyms.
Thoughts surrounding DAM, the first Palestinian rap group, who performs in Chicago on Friday.
What’s on the Agenda for Monday, September 17, 2012
Mark Richard Smith’s documentary “Louis Sullivan: The Struggle for American Architecture” has a preview screening Sunday 3/14 at the Gene Siskel Film Center.
The Trib goes after Michael Madigan and his firm, powerful property tax law heavyweights Madigan & Getzendanner.
Free screening of Food, Inc. at Loyola’s Mundelein Auditorium.
Loyola e-mail: “The Chicago Department of Public Health has informed the University that a Loyola student has a probable, but unconfirmed, case of swine flu, and that it appears to be isolated at this time.”
Two festivals on Saturday for the green at heart.