This just in: Nicholas Day’s review of the new Aigre Doux.
Tag: Vol. 36 No. 19
Issue of Feb. 1 – 7, 2007
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The Gene Siskel Film Center: have they no decency?
Lessons from the cold war
Communism was a bigger threat than terrorism is now. We negotiated with Communists.
Experimental filmmaker and musician Michael Snow comes to Chicago to present a survey of old and new work.
And now, Korean fried chicken
The New York Times fingers a Korean fried chicken craze.
The empty city
The 20th-century nuclear Pompeii.
What’s New: Tepatulco
The word on Tepatulpo, the latest from Geno Bahena.
Alderman Burt Natarus–always willing to help
Burton Natarus introduces full-service absentee balloting.
A somber campaign in need of a somber song
Barack Obama clearly needs a music director.
Veteran Chicago rapper Stedy Serv releases his first recording in more than a decade.
Was the Super Bowl really a racial milestone?
Where Friends of Conrad Black May Gather
Conrad Black’s trial nears; a supportive Web site appears.
The NYT on NYCO
The New York Times discovers the difference between rock bands and classical orchestras.
United Waste of America
A great energy graphic provokes more questions than answers.