They didn’t enjoy the success of the garage-pop band that gave them two members, but after 48 years one of their songs turned up on Stranger Things.
Post Animal at Lincoln Hall and more goings-on 4/27-4/29.
The film Beirut and more goings-on the week of 4/23-4/26.
The Light Times Club is a warmly nostalgic tribute to a disappearing part of Chicago nightlife: the working-class watering hole.
A Room-themed pop-up at Emporium Arcade Bar and more goings-on November 27-30
Dan Savage advises a woman aroused by fantasies of humiliating others, and one fed up with her husband’s demands for public sex.
Also, after the release of video, Kenneka Jenkins’s family and friends ask the FBI to investigate her death in hotel freezer.
Hyde Park Flea Market, the 100th birthday of Jack “King” Kirby, and other happenings from August 25-27
Also, Michael Bloomberg’s super PAC is bankrolling TV and radio ads in support of the soda tax.
Survive’s retro horror-synth score for Stranger Things means they benefit from Pitchfork’s courtship of the prestige-television audience.
Also, an alderman wants to spend $25 million on programs to prevent gang and gun violence over the summer.
Street View, featuring partygoers at the Chicago Athletic Hotel Halloween bash
New reviews and notable screenings in this week’s issue