Chicago native Peter Berkow has been a producer and a professor, and moved from folk to funk to fusion to prog and back.
The largest single archive devoted to influential experimental composer John Cage lives in a library at Northwestern—and it goes a lot deeper than its famous Beatles lyric sheets.
American Football became heroes to the emo scene after breaking up in obscurity—and 17 years later, they’ve returned with a second album.
The $875,000 settlement agreement with Professor Steven Salaita will end his lawsuits against the university—but will not provide him with a job.
Ousted chancellor Phyllis Wise leaves the U. of I. with multimillion-dollar legal bills and a $135 million commitment to a new public-private college of medicine.
Garage rockers the Seeds of Doubt were kings of the Chambana scene in the late 60s, but their only recordings have been lost.