When it comes to “authentic” Chicago, Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight is more like a Gray Line tour.
Tag: Vol. 37 No. 45
Issue of Jul. 31 – Aug. 6, 2008
A 2007 interview with the late Walter Netsch
A 2007 interview with the late Chicago architect Walter Netsch: “I wasn’t going to design a nightclub or a whorehouse. That’s what it became.”
Latino theater festival opens this weekend
Showcase of Latino drama and music kicks off with an opening and a closing.
“Hard mod” weekender kicks off Thursday
A “hard mod” weekender kicks off on Thursday.
Good news and bad news for Sunday cyclists
Good news and bad news about the Chicagoland Bicycle Federation’s proposed Sunday Parkways program
Should the Senate celebrate James Dobson?
Gay group protests Senate kudos for James Dobson’s Hall of Fame honor.
More Chicago “radical” connections
More board-related, vague connections with Chicago political radicals from the Obama camp.
8/7 — Crafts and cupcakes
Preview of Faythe Levine’s documentary about the DIY craft movement
You call Obama a celebrity? I’ll show you a celebrity.
A celebrity takes on McCain and heightens the level of political debate at a crucial time. But it’s not Obama, or even Oprah.
Bourdain shoots Chicago
Anthony Bourdain is in town this week shooting an episode of No Reservations.
Next big thing: baby sharing
Would you rent a dog if you could? Here’s a better idea.
Obama — Afghanistan’s Next Victim?
Can his Afghanistan policy make Barack Obama that war’s next victim?
9/13-11/15 — Printmaking course for high schoolers
Registration under way for fall printmaking course