Charlie Trotter has announced plans to open a new restaurant in Chicago, as part of a luxury hotel/condo on Walton.
Tag: Vol. 36 No. 9
Issue of Nov. 23 – 29, 2006
The Wood Brothers really are brothers
Medeski, Martin & Wood bassist Chris Wood hooks up with his brother for a low-key side project.
‘Fest for free
Free Rhymefest show in Chicago; Ghostface on deck.
Village Voice poll moves to IndieWire
Former Village Voice film editor Dennis Lim will continue the paper’s annual critics’ poll on the Web site IndieWire.
The lawyer will not see you now
Good legal advice: stop talking.
The media catch up with Malachi Ritscher
An Associated Press story spreads the Malachi Ritscher story among the mainstream media.
Born to believe?
Did you inherit a gene that inclines you toward racism?
Everybody Kimchi Tonight
Make your own kimchi.
Colin and the kids
The Decemberists: more emo than you thought
What does the phrase “classically trained” actually mean?
Malajube, the latest hype from Montreal
Montreal’s Malajube are the latest Canadian act marked for stardom, and they’re actually OK.
Discussing Friedman in his absence
Are Sweden, China, and disabled people problems for Milton Friedman’s view of economics?
The labor that economists don’t see
Stay-at-home parents work lots and (still) get little.
When You Can’t See What I Saw
Should unavailable films be included on ten-best lists?
Drink Your Way Across Europe
Quenchers’ 26th annual European Beer Tour