The Chicago Federation of Labor has released its list of endorsements in the municipal elections. Most are incumbents who typically vote with Mayor Daley.
The RIAA’s bust of mix-tape producers Don Cannon and DJ Drama says “We don’t give a fuck about hip-hop.”
The Chevy Volt, GM’s latest flailing attempt to survive.
An introduction to Rouge, an international online film magazine
Victor Rowans, independent candidate for 27th Ward alderman, faces a fourth fight to stay on the ballot.
Chicago’s Alla share common ground with some of Latin America’s best bands–even though they don’t sound especially Latin.
The early word on Smoque, from a Reader Restaurant Rater.
Note to unbelievers: There is no god, and Richard Dawkins isn’t eligible to replace him.
Meryl Streep wins another Golden Globe–but not for the role she should have.
24’s China subplot didn’t make sense.
Navy Pier offers something that won’t make you run screaming.
Edmund Burke, thoughtful conservative. Too bad he’s been dead for some time.
Keralan caterer Malabar is pulling out of Albany Park and resettling in the burbs.
A first look at Evanston’s Quince.
Chef Didier Durand is hosting a series of fund-raisers to defray the legal costs of the Campaign to Repeal the Foie Gras Ban.