Singer-songwriter Matthew Santos stopped by “The Interview Show,” hosted by Mark Bazer at The Hideout, to perform and talk about his new CD (“This Burning Ship of Fools”) and more. PART ONE PART TWO
Journalist and author Robert K. Elder stopped by “The Interview Show,” hosted by Mark Bazer at The Hideout, to discuss his new book, “Last Words of the Executed.”
Part of a show on display at David Weinberg Gallery
This week’s Early Warnings include Deerhunter, Frightened Rabbit, the National, New Pornographers, Gaslight Anthem, Dirty Projectors, the Umbrella Music Festival, Social Distortion, Magic Kids, and Wavves.
Part of “Selections from the MCA Collection,” on display at the Museum of Contemporary Art
First impressions are always the best. Whatever you comprehend is ultimately a reflection of the type of person you are. You first meet someone and yeah, they look good or yeah, they look bad. Either way you know exactly where or how far it will go with the person. You see one that looks good, […]
The proper way to rock a summer Afro.
Whites use broadbands more than African-Americans, but don’t value it as much.
Recommended entertainment paired with nearby restaurants.
Wear whatever you want—because you’ll always be asking for it in some people’s minds.
Dan Rostenkowski lived and died as a Chicago political power—but his most outsize influence was on the national scene.
For your aesthetic pleasure, the ‘Ballad of Steven Slater”
Point and shoot
Should the Chicago Tribune play to its roots and woo the Tea Partiers?