Trump could teach Madigan and Burke a thing or two about corruption.
In 1982 Michael Salvatori recorded a sought-after private-press folk LP, and 19 years later he cowrote the score for genre-defining video game Halo.
Also, Rahm’s in Europe to promote Chicago and its tech business.
Amazon’s brick-and-mortar store in Wrigleyville is just the latest example of tech’s “Frightful Five” remaking our world.
We’ll be predicting the future of Chicago politics—like, can Chuy beat Rahm and will Toni Preckwinkle ever take a stand?—at Tuesday’s show at the Hideout.
Why listeners might like “Ho Hey” because they like Blue Moon beer.
Jon Alpert and Matthew O’Neill’s Redemption looks at New York’s can and bottle collectors.
The provenance of a peculiar phrase
A not-for-profit that advocates for black Americans opposes Rep. Bobby Rush’s bid for a position on the House Subcommittee on Communications, Technology, and the Internet.
The Internet falls for Microsoft’s new Songsmith app.
Microsoft rolls out a Zune for the reggaeton crowd.
Microsoft presents Mos Def.