An emotionally symposium at the University of Chicago this week brought out many opinions but few solutions.
American Theater Company artistic director PJ Paparelli, killed in Scotland last month, leaves a worthy legacy in The Project(s).
Gerri’s Palm Tavern, once a crown jewel of Bronzeville, was shut down by the city in 2001. But blues harpist Billy Branch remains dedicated to preserving the history and culture it embodied.
Rahm Emanuel is a heavy favorite, but Garcia offers voters a compelling personal history.
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Thursday, September 19
Organizers of the Chicago contingent in the 1963 March on Washington say it’s time for another movement.
Lynn Becker’s tribute to late WFMT program director Norman Pellegrini has me misty-eyed, and wishing I was born earlier.
Inauguration: Actually, I’ve been wondering what Timuel Black thinks.
Studs Terkel, 1912-2008.