Do you think you’ve listened to every important Chicago hip-hop release this year? Tony Cartel, Lulu Be, Backwood Jones, Legit, and Malci bet you haven’t.
The greatest trick of Nintendo’s new console is 1-2-Switch, a game that minimizes screens and focuses on face-to-face human interaction.
Seth Engel’s solo project Options released a full-length of emo-tinged power pop two months ago, and he follows it up with an EP of B sides to help fight the Dakota Access Pipeline.
Challenged to create a dish with calves’ brains, Michael Lachowicz of Restaurant Michael goes superclassic.
Aviary chef Andrew Brochu’s experimentation leads him back to the barnyard with milk jam.
The Nation of Islam’s iconic dessert is still around, if you know where to look.
Weekly Top Five: The best of Gus Van Sant
Jake Bickelhaupt of the underground restaurant Sous Rising aerates green lobster guts.
“Howl,” an experimental dramatization of Allen Ginsberg’s landmark poem starring James Franco, opens tonight at the Music Box.
Free milk giveaways at Union Station Wed 1/13 from 4 to 6 PM.
The “Got Milk?” campaign gives away milk, smoothies, massages, health screenings with dietitians, and souvenir milk mustache photos.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has announced it’s doubling the number of Best Picture nominees at the 82nd Oscar awards ceremony.
Outstanding whole milk from Wisconsin’s Blue Marble Family Farm.
Adding to the Reader chorus on the awesomeness of Gus Van Sant’s “Milk.”
“Milk” may be about the gay rights movement in San Francisco in the 70s, but it has a lot to say about the state of politics in contemporary Chicago.