Part of Finding the Future, on display at 240 W. State.
Work by Ihor Havryshkevych, on display at the Ukrainian National Museum.
This week’s Early Warnings include Black Mountain, the Adventures in Modern Music festival, Bear in Heaven, Caribou, Naked Raygun, Behemoth, Neon Indian, Pharoahe Monch, and Sleep.
Work by Carrie Gundersdorf, on display at the Museum of Contemporary Art.
The documentary “Fela Kuti: Music Is the Weapon,” about the Afrobeat pioneer, screens Thursday in the Black World Cinema Series.
The documentary “Fela Kuti: Music is the Weapon,” about the Afrobeat pioneer, screens Thursday in the Black World Cinema Series.
“For the uninitiated, it’s hard to explain—in mere words—how one man could so successfully mate the sexuality of James Brown with the righteous politics of Bob Marley and sinuous sounds of Miles Davis,” writes Kathleen C. Fennessy for Malta Contemporary Art. Fela drew as much inspiration for his “Afro-beat” from Martin Luther King Jr. and […]
Hundreds of photos of Deborah Harry attest to her influence on fashion.
Is there a “torturable class” in most societies? Why didn’t the Chicago dailies care about Burge?
Recommended events paired with nearby restaurants.
Twitter! Foursquare! Guitar Hero! Internets!
A roundup of Assyrian-Iraqi restaurants and bakeries.
Not all wild men worked in a circus
Part of For No One But Us, on display at Living Room Gallery.
Strange though it may seem, truth can be hard to come by in the advertising game.