On display at Dovetail Chicago
Tag: Vol. 39 No. 18
Issue of Jan. 21 – 27, 2010
Morning Art: Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba
Part of “Breathing is Free: 12,756.3,” on display at the School of the Art Institute’s Betty Rymer Gallery
Morning Art: Paul Hunter
On display at Byron Roche Gallery
Buy a T-shirt, Help Haiti
A Threadless tee that helps earthquake victims in Haiti.
Early Warnings Roundup
This week’s Early Warnings include Snoop Dogg, Los Campesinos!, Huey Lewis, Digital Leather, Dr. Dog, Little Boots, Rhett Miller, and Young Widows.
Morning Art: Ethan Hutchinson
Part of a show on display at Scot’s Bar
SOTU: This Is Why We Can’t Have Anything Nice
So I was poking around the blogs following the State of the Union – which, save for a crowd-pleasing if possibly misguided swipe at the Roberts Court over Citizens United and the promise to have all combat troops out of Iraq by August, mostly amounted to “I would like to reiterate that I wish to […]
State of the Union: DADT
Good. And fuck John Boehner: if he wants to prevent gays and lesbians from serving their country in an understaffed military during a time of war, let him run on that.
Video: “Violet Eyes” by My Gold Mask
My Gold Mask get dark in their new video.
Tribune Bloggers — Is There a Place at Chicago Now?
Why doesn’t Bernie Lincicome write for Chicago Now?
Philip Seymour Hoffman at Music Box
Hoffman in the stage production of “Jack Goes Boating” Actor Philip Seymour Hoffman will appear at the Music Box on Thursday, January 28, at 7:30 PM to screen and discuss his directorial debut, Jack Goes Boating. The program is part of the Sundance Film Festival’s new touring edition, with screening/discussions in eight cities across the […]
Architecture for Humanity Street Furniture Contest
Enter your street furniture design for a chance to see it built.
State of the Union: HCR Buzz
Rumblings from the White House and Capitol Hill. Stay tuned….
I Need a Winn-Dixie Bag Full of Money Right Now to the VIP Section
Bankrupt media company Tribune Co. can pay about $45 million in bonuses to hundreds of managers, the largest such payment in at least 12 years, after a judge overruled union objections on Wednesday. To prevent “demoralizing key employees.”
The Feds Take Action Against Broadway Bank
Federal regulators put the bank owned by the family of Democratic Senate candidate Alexi Giannoulias on a short leash, and that’s not good news for his campaign.