The Reader’s Choice: Akira
MySpace brings MSTRKRFT to the Co-Prosperity Sphere for free.
Reasons you should actually go out of your way to hang out in Detroit–among them the Detroit Electronic Music Festival, aka Movement, which happens in late May this year and includes Afrika Bambaataa, Flying Lotus, Ellen Allien, and dozens more.
Remembering a conversation between Nelson Algren and the sap who bought his poker table.
Founder Eduardo Vilaro is leaving Luna Negra Dance Theater.
The Tribune Company plays it for laughs on April 1.
Designer Nanette Lepore blogs at HuffPo about making layoffs.
Creative Loafing’s primary creditors put 300K into the Michigan Avenue Bennigan’s. Boy, could we use that kind of cheddar.
Local instructor Karen Faith, known for her Happy Hour Yoga classes, offers free instruction every Monday and Wednesday.
Butler University theater chair John Green tapped to succeed Sheldon Patinkin at Columbia College.
Jake adds local line Agga B to its stable of designers.
Where are the women choreographers? Here, says Luna Negra Dance Theater.
Wednesday’s the deadline to join a petition asking the FCC to do something about the way AT&T handles public access TV channels.
Hip-hop, twee pop, neo-Krautrock, and more
The word from Tampa on the latest round of Creative Loafing’s bankruptcy battle.