Part of “2nd Anniversary Show,” on display at 360See Gallery
Part of the Edgewater Arts Festival
Mick Dumke leaves the Chicago Reader for the Chicago News Cooperative
Recommended events paired with nearby restaurants.
A ten-album cassette box set? Sure.
WGN’s potential new TV host and near-miss radio host is certainly a man of The High Unemployment, Ongoing Recession Now: “”[P]oor people were not and are not poor because they lack money. They’re poor because they lack values, ethics, and morals.” Trolling: it’s not just for anonymous Internet weirdos anymore.
M.I.A. takes Letterman somewhere weird.
The owners of Jake return with a new store—and some people aren’t too happy about it.
Maybe the RIAA’s “lawsuits for profit” plan isn’t working out.
A woman’s suicide leaves behind a succession of revelations for her husband and their Mexican Jewish family in Mariana Chenillo’s 2008 “Nora’s Will,” screening for free tonight at Harrison Park.
Joseph Chotosh turned his rage inward
Part of “Colorain,” on display at OhNo!Doom Gallery
Four collaborators of Fred Anderson pay homage to the master Wednesday night at the Hideout.
Not sure why it’s kick Mies around day, but any day is a good day for that, I reckon. Mies was nevertheless a great creator, an original, whose buildings are at least forthright in their deliberate simplicity. (Please don’t inform me of his infinite attention to proportion: I know.) But he and his generation seem […]
Fashion catchphrases we love to hate.