What’s in the January 26, 2012 issue of the Reader
The week of January 8th to 14th on the Bleader
What’s in the December 15th, 2011 issue of the Reader
New reviews and notable screenings in this week’s issue.
Reflecting on the Reader‘s 40-year history . . . and my own
Michael Miner, the Reader‘s rock, has been in these pages since day one
We’re in for a cold winter.
The Chicago Public Library’s pick for its 2011 Fall citywide reading program is Saul Bellow’s The Adventures of Augie March
Obama celebrates; Eli’s brings the cake.
We’ve read a lot lately about Chicago’s shifting demographics. The 2010 census illustrated how Chicago is a shrinking city. The suburbs are growing, changing our economy. Public housing that once defined parts of the Chicago is gone. Yet for all the alterations Chicago has undergone, it remains a case of the more things change, the […]
The Adam Dunn K Watch: in which the Reader monitors Dunn’s progress toward setting a White Sox strikeout record
Once again, Mike Madigan carves up Illinois
Midweek is often a great time for readings and lectures. Some selections:
The Reader lays off Conroy, Marlan, Henderson, and Bogira