Chicago-Kent College of Law professor Hank Perritt has written a musical about the long blood feud between Serbs and Albanian Kosovars.
Young fogey cartoonists Adrian Tomine and Seth discuss their own work and some neglected masters at Quimby’s.
Of course Mine That Bird and Summer Bird are related — no matter what turf experts tell Richard Roeper.
Potential source of excitement at the Pitchfork fest: A Black Lips/Wavves beef?
Panera offers free samples of three salads and three drinks on Thursday
All attention is good attention? Not in The Future.
Sale alert: City Soles offers deep, one-day only discounts at both locations.
Free Wednesday improv nights all summer at the ComedySportz Theatre.
Newsweek takes on the Queen of All Media’s medical advice, while Pandagon argues it’s especially dangerous to vulnerable women.
Christian Macht is out to dispel stereotypes of “Star Wars” fans in his documentary “The Force Among Us,” screening Friday at the Gene Siskel Film Center.
Some notes on the old main post office, in case you’re thinking of bidding.
Mayor Daley boasts that Chicago’s privatization deals are examples for governments around the country. Recent reports suggest that’s not quite true.
Editorial, advertising traipse hand in hand at Chicago Tribune, New York Times.
The city’s plan to spend $51 million in TIF dollars fixing up the old downtown post office dies. And it might be the Reader’s fault.
Elijah Wald’s fascinating new book, “How the Beatles Destroyed Rock ‘n’ Roll,” is the subject of this week’s Sharp Darts, and he’s reading from it in Hyde Park tonight.