Part of “Uncommon Times, Common Places,” on display at Gallery KH
A drawing by Karen Becker and Peter Hamm from the drawing performance “Wetware Render Machine,” the precursor to Exquisite: A Series of Corpses, an interactive art-making event Fri 10/30, 7-11 PM, at Saint Paul’s Cultural Center, 2215 W. North, 773-278-7677.
The secret online codes johns use to talk about prostitution.
Part of “The Man Behind The Machines,” on display at FR Works on Paper
Freaktoberfest, Zombie Doug’s, David Sax’s signing of Save the Deli, and more.
Lee Abrams is the new Svengoolie (via).
Join anti-corporate pranksters The Yes Men Thursday 10/29 at the Co-Prosperity Sphere to help plan an action after the Chicago premiere of their film “The Yes Men Fix the World” Friday 10/30 at the Music Box Theater.
Introducing the Sexist, a new blogger at the Reader.
Another big Trib name moves to the Chicago News Cooperative.
Pianist Christopher Taylor, an associate music prof at the University of Wisconsin, performs the Goldberg Variations on Friday at the University of Chicago. An opportunity to see the Goldbergs is always a treat, and Taylor is an outstanding pianist – his performance of Messiaen’s complete, immensely challenging “Vingt Regards sur l’Enfant-Jésus,” one of his specialties, […]
Did Paul Virant win Iron Chef? He’s having a party in any case.
A closer look at the work of cellist Hildur Gudnadottir, who plays with Mum tonight at Logan Square Auditorium and opens the show solo.
I was checking out the latest copy of Michigan Avenue, because I enjoy knowing what the well-to-do in Chicago are up to, and the fact that they’re usually not up to anything I want to do (“I have a feeling that if I achieved all my dreams it would cut into my sitting-around time” – […]
Cellist Fred Lonberg-Holm adds digital downloads to his low-key entrepreneurial portfolio.
From “Challenging Vision,” currently on display at the Chicago Cultural Center