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Tag: The Beatles
Abbey Road on Lawrence Avenue: The Beatles, Yesterday, and finding home
How John, Paul, George, and Ringo welcomed me to Chicago
The season in sex comedies, plus the rest of this week’s new reviews and notable screenings
A round-up of movies playing around town between July 3 and 9.
Love & Mercy is twice the Brian Wilson, but not the whole story
Is it possible for any movie to get the Beach Boy’s story right?
All Is By My Side reveals a less pleasant Jimi Hendrix experience
André Benjamin stars in a chronicle of Jimi Hendrix’s rise to fame.
Peter Max isn’t a fad, he’s a great artist
In defense of Peter Max, acid-age designer and painter
12 O’Clock Track: Paul McCartney lights up and lets loose on ‘Secret Friend’
Macca could be a real weirdo—look no further than 1980’s McCartney II.
Tomorrow Never Knows 2014: Five days, six venues, and 22 shows to see
Tomorrow Never Knows 2014 features Oneohtrix Point Never, Darkside, Superchunk, and more
Gossip Wolf: Den replace their bassist and ready their first LP
Gossip Wolf: Soundtrack Serenade plays Spinal Tap, Chance the Rapper plays Bob Marley, and more.
Joan of Arc get crazy with “Helter Skelter” for their record release
Joan of Arc celebrate the release of their new LP with two half-hour long covers of a Beatles classic.
The Look of Love and the flaunting of flesh
In The Look of Love, Steve Coogan stars as a legendary British sex impresario.
The summer jam that’s about to rewrite the Billboard record books
Mariah and Miguel make #beautiful music.
Artist Rutherford Chang’s “We Buy White Albums” and the origins of fandom
From hand-drawn Beatles cover art to virtual J-pop porn
Backstage tour rider: a holiday listicle
Sometimes you just need a good Malawian orphan
The Reader’s Agenda: Mon 10/8
What’s on the Agenda for Monday, October 8, 2012