DEAD MAN WORKING (AND OTHER TALES OF SCIENCE AND REASON), Galileo Players, and BEST OF GALILEO PLAYERS, Galileo Players’ SciCo. For the most part the Galileo Players treat their ambitious […]
Thank you so much for running the cover story on Chef Earl and his products [August 18]. I have tried every brand of hummus that Chicago-area stores offer, and I […]
We know fear and stress can make you sick. Researchers probe the brain to see how resilience can make you well.
JAZZ MANDOLIN PROJECT 9/1, HOUSE OF BLUES Like Medeski, Martin & Wood, the Jazz Mandolin Project started out on the Boston indie label Accurate, now records for Blue Note, and […]
The dot-com name game sure seemed like a good idea.
To Mr. Miner: I am writing in response to your article “What Makes News News?” [August 18] I enjoyed it very much. Let me state up front that I am […]
Edgar Rice Burroughs, Idea Man
Ensemble, Viable Theatre Company, at the Performance Loft, Second Unitarian Church of Chicago. If there’s one thing that can be said about writer-director Vincent Truman’s satire of the Chicago improv […]
I would like to commend Michael Miner on working to incorporate both sides of the SAG strike in his Hot Type column (August 18). However, as an informed member of […]
Christopher O’Riley Pianist Christopher O’Riley, a Chicago native in his mid-40s, was a rocker in junior high and then a jazz keyboardist before settling on the classical repertoire. He began […]
Bailiwick Repertory’s 12th annual showcase of projects by emerging directors features evenings of short plays on double or triple bills. The scripts run the gamut from established classical and contemporary […]