Part of a show of her work on display at Habatat Galleries
Tag: Vol. 39 No. 36
Issue of May. 27 – Jun. 2, 2010
Walmart Vote Delayed … Again
There won’t be a vote on another Chicago Walmart this week—a key alderman pulled it off the agenda for tomorrow’s meeting of the City Council zoning committee.
Enron Field… Citi Field… and the BP Crosstown Cup
“The teams are also considering a more sober presentation of the trophy”
This Week’s Food and Drink Events
The Great Chefs Tasting Party, a launch party for Ineeka’s new Green Tea Bier, the first Beer Hoptacular, Koval Distillery tours, and more.
Maybe We Can Institute Merit Pay for the People Instituting Merit Pay
CPS blows a two year, $27.5m merit-pay experiment
La Moda: Fashion in Rome
Capturing street fashion in Rome proves to be harder than I’d anticipated.
You Shoot: LCD Soundsystem at Metro
Starring a large disco ball
Dinner & a Show: Wednesday 6/2
Recommended events paired with nearby restaurants.
6/2: DJ Premier at the Shrine
One of hip-hop’s greatest producers plays the Shrine’s first-anniversary celebration.
The Human Rights Watch Film Festival opens Thursday 6/3 with “The Oath,” a documentary that contrasts Guantanamo prisoner and former Osama Bin Laden driver Salim Hamdan, a Guantanamo Bay prisoner prosecuted by military tribunal, with his brother-in-law Abu Jandal, now a cab driver in Yemen.
Eating Elsewhere: Tasting Wine in Rome
Dipping further into la dolce vita at a wine tasting in Rome.
Morning Art: Rhonda Wheatley
Part of “Wheatley, Kaiser-Smith & Glink,” on display at David Weinberg Gallery
Sounds Better Than It Probably Is
Percentages can make a little sound like a lot.
A Unique and Pretty Spectacle
What the hell is it about Long Island, anyway?
As City Council Vote Approaches, Walmart and Unions Still Haven’t Met
Walmart cancels another negotiation session with local unions. Is the new store in Pullman in trouble?