Lakshmi Ramgopal, who makes music as Lykanthea, moved to the east coast in 2016 (she’s an assistant professor of history at Columbia University in New York), but she still considers Chicago her spiritual and musical home. “I visit the city at least once a month,” she says, “so a substantial part of my life happens […]
Feminist Happy Hour, Sauced Market, and more happenings from November 14-17.
Also a cocktail class at CH Distillery, a home-brewer competition, and the history of French dining in Chicago.
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Friday, May 16
Reader writers tackle Morbus Chron’s feral-to-cerebral death prog and 14 more new records.
Nonjudgmental chicken plus a new Web series, events, and more.
Owls finish their first album in 13 years, Gary Records launches with two international split singles, and more
Leghorn is finally set to open, Panozzo’s sadly may have closed, and more.
Should Rahm really rename a street after Bishop Brazier?
Meaty small plates of inconsistent execution fail to distinguish Two
Who paid pro-Walmart demonstrators $100 apiece?