Rob Dickinson uses a very now cell phone to make a very 90s video.
“The Malcolm X Memorial (A Tribute in Music),” a rare album by Philip Cohran and the Artistic Heritage Ensemble, is reissued.
KFC’s new logo is visible not from your car but from your space shuttle porthole.
Wal-Mart gets progressive, Bil Keane meets Friedrich Nietzsche, and more.
A U. of C. philosopher argues that behaving ethically is an improvisational act.
Urban gardener Nance Klehm offers three free workshops on making bread, pickles, and mead with wild yeast.
The Chicago release of Bobcat Goldthwait’s bestiality comedy Sleeping Dogs Lie has been delayed yet again.
A retrospective at the Austrian Film Museum is devoted to films made over the past few years.
Complaints about spoilers in movies and novels are a worrisome phenomenon.
Bell’s Brewery, which is pulling out of the Chicago market, hosts a farewell tasting this Friday at West Lakeview Liquors.
Tim Kinsella film fundraiser at Rodan 11/15
Students and professors address the ongoing genocide in Darfur tomorrow night at two events on the U. of C. campus.
The November 12 episode of Iron Chef America featured two popular non-regulars who are women.
A Northwestern prof thinks a more democratic foreign policy is the way to go.
The death of the release date.