Gene Barge has done his most influential work as a sideman or producer, but he’s just as important as any of R&B’s marquee stars.
Tag: The Fugitive
The worst Chicago movies are still worth a watch
Exploring the depths of Tubi TV for a glimpse at the Second City
Posted inColumns & Opinion
CTA on celluloid
The city’s iconic elevated tracks, subways, and buses star in Hollywood flicks.
The Lorax, Thelma & Louise, and more outdoor film screenings in Chicago this week
Chicago hosts another week of alfresco entertainment.
A good movie can be spoiled in a moment
On making a list of moments that ruined movies.
Horror legend Larry Cohen introduces God Told Me To
The veteran screenwriter and director introduces a free double feature at the Portage
Posted inNews & Politics
Letters and Comments, February 24, 2011
Alderphobia Re: “Aldermania! The Cirque de Silly is back in town,” by Ben Joravsky, February 17 When will the people of Chicago realize how irrelevant aldermen have become in this day and age? The only reason the system is still there is because people attribute too much importance to it. Every time I talk to […]