Unless what? What would it take to put taxpayers on the hook? “An earthquake or something or a tornado,” he said. Isn’t that why we have the insurance? Isn’t that all the insurance really does?
Garage rock from Chicago and Puerto Rico, Monday night at the Bottle
Who would have thought that two 20-somethings dressed for naughty Halloween would bring down the military-industrial complex? I bet Dwight Eisenhower feels really silly now.
10/6-10/27 — REI’s free Chipotle lunch and outdoor sporting lectures, every Tuesday in October
Twelve Chicago theaters will be among the 120 participating in a national Free Night of Theater.
A tropical mix from the newly Ghislain-less Poirier
I think the unasked question in all this 2016 coverage is this: why can’t there be corruption insurance? If your answer is “because that’s insane,” then you tell me where we’re going to get our next stock market bubble. I’d like to arrive at my midlife crisis with some money in the bank.
A closer look at Hot Chocolate’s burger, ranked second in the city by Chicago magazine.
Sam Zell’s clever tax manipulations
Dan Savage has the reputation for being the wild and crazy advice columnist. Porn! Human pets! Earlobe penetration! But – call me desensitized to the decline of Western Civilization if you must – some days it strikes me, bad words and bodily fluids aside, as an utterly sensible, conservative column about a somewhat narrow range […]
A new 70th anniversary HD version of “The Wizard of Oz” screens Wednesday 9/23 at 20 area theaters.
“Elephant Skull” on display at Northwestern’s Block Museum of Art
Experimental Sound Studio and In Fine Spirits team up to match sound-art pieces with wines.
DJ Hero actually looks pretty badass.
Lee Sandlin’s site has been updated (h/t Nina) with a preview of his forthcoming book, as well as his 1984 Reader cover story “The Road to Nowhere,” about the ontology of the American freeway system (I was moved to find out that, like myself, he had an obsession with maps; during “quiet reading time” in […]