The true mark of a musical icon might be the power to move intergenerational audiences with a signature song, even decades after its original release. Take soul legend Gladys Knight: she often ends her concerts with the 1973 hit “Midnight Train to Georgia,” a tribute to those who follow their dreams and fail. Born in […]
This week three great local education reporters—Sarah Karp, Lauren FitzPatrick, and Becky Vevea—join the Reader‘s Mick Dumke and Ben Joravsky for First Tuesdays at the Hideout to discuss schools in Chicago.
Artist on Artist: John Flansburgh of They Might Be Giants nerds out with Abraham Levitan of Shame That Tune