Other people and their content.
This week’s talks, tastings, and events.
Before Robert Redford got hold of it, the 1950s quiz show scandal was the subject of a 1993 off-Loop production.
Joe Carducci’s new book, which he’ll read from at Quimby’s on Saturday, eulogizes a woman who captured SST’s heyday on film.
Naledge vs. the Tempe police
“Wine madman” and T-shirt enthusiast Gary Vaynerchuk signs his new book at Threadless Chicago tonight.
Seventh Circuit takes down Lynne Bloch’s mezuzah suit against Shoreline Towers.
State legislator Annazette Collins has been fined for not properly disclosing her campaign fund-raising and spending, but she’s not the only official whose finances don’t add up.
Chicago Cabaret Professionals kicks off Broadway on Randolph, continues Musical Mondays.
The city’s preliminary Worst Budget Ever gets pushed back two months.
The fight in Springfield over gambling and the state budget continues.
Blue Moon brews and the art they inspired
The multitalented Lynda Barry’s a hit at Comic-Con.
The Beachwood reports from Tokyo and finds a city less than enthused about its 2016 bid.
Latin jazz at Millennium Park