What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Saturday, March 29
The migration of the hipster: A Chicago history, 1898-present
Two local bloggers have organized a reading celebrating Chicago’s neighborhoods.
Thomas Dyja’s history of Chicago finds the story line in 30 years of city life.
Rick Kogan might be sentimental—just don’t call him a sentimentalist.
The Russian banya is back.
A special exhibit displays some of the exquisite items in the Newberry’s vast collection, on the occasion of the library’s 125th anniversary
Neil Steinberg writes a memoir
Noting the ongoing revivals of Studs Terkel-related documentaries
The year in Chicago history via the pages of the Reader
In-the-know Chicagoans tell the Reader what they’re watching, reading, and seeing
Beloved Chicago Man
Kickstarter campaign to fund Michael Caplan’s documentary Algren
Pondering a permanent replacement for one of Chicago’s nastiest venues.
Chicago prepares to honor its greatest writers—and dress their heirs.