Murder, bombs, Jimmy Buffett, and Asher Roth
What the future of music making might look like
The Hideout’s free bread-and-soup event debuts tonight. Oh, you’ve heard?
This year you can hear New York’s Globalfest live on your computer.
Is Live Nation going to end up owning the Uptown after all?
Roland Burris’s appointment: still in the ‘In’ box.
Tom Geoghegan argues that not only should Illinois hold special elections to fill Senate seats, the Constitution mandates it.
Roland of opportunity: In which I finally get pissed
Panel tonight on “how we perform race and gender in our daily lives, as well as on the stage.”
Grease makes the Auditorium Theatre sound like any other road show venue.
Michael Hirschorn, writing in the Atlantic, warns that the print New York Times might disappear as soon as this May, but his fingers are crossed for the online version.
Rod Blagojevich outsmarted himself when he decided to make waves and back losers.
Roland of opportunity: in which I try to get upset and fail horribly.
Relive the glory of the Worker’s Paradise with Soviet Champagne.
A tribute to Claiborne Pell, the Rhode Island senator whose legislation led to the founding of the National Endowment for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Humanities.