Fundraisers help music writer Scott Morrow recover from a gunshot, Lorna Donley and David Thomas’s post-Da band, the Veil, posthumously release an LP of 1980s recordings, and more.
What we’re reading, watching, listening to, etc., to pass the time.
The guitar-driven power pop on Town Criers’ recent self-released EP, Town Criers II, feels like it could live comfortably in any era of garage music from the 60s through the […]
A rapper’s style starts with his shoes.
Milk Handmade spotlights local design.
Alexandria Wills keeps the art of hand-crafted footwear alive in Logan Square.
Here’s a look at how students at the Chicago School of Shoemaking craft custom footwear.
Robin Zander, Rick Nielsen, and many more recall Cheap Trick’s scrappy beginnings on the midwest club circuit of the 1970s.
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I know for a fact that one of these days I’m going to need a bigger butt and a wig and fishnets.
Over 3,000 artists from more than 50 countries have contributed designs.
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This week’s Chicagoan is Tiffany Tucker, fashion blogger.
These Zion power-pop pioneers seemed moribund a couple years ago, but a spate of reissues and a fantastic new studio album, all released in 2012, have revived them in a major way.