Part of “Decisive Design,” on display at the Art Institute
Part of “Italics,” on display at the Museum of Contemporary Art
The Seventh Circuit overturns Joan Lefkow’s ruling giving Jamie Kalven and the City Council standing to demand access to a list of the names of more than 600 “rogue” cops.
The new book “The Art of Tony Millionaire”
A unique program screening at the Gene Siskel Film Center focuses on experimental work that makes the sonic an equal partner to the visual.
Recent food-related articles of interest, among them a review of Jonathan Safran Foer’s Eating Animals, a modest proposal for mega food desert Detroit, and a hydroponic system for urban dwellers’ windows.
Starting at midnight tonight, free Colt 45 will be served (while supplies last) at Berlin (954 W. Belmont) as part of the “Get Get Down” event presented by Vice Magazine and Colt 45.
A trunk show of Israeli deisgners, the last Fashion Cafe of the year, Walk the West Loop, and more
The fate of Wale’s debut album for Interscope says a lot about what’s happening to hip-hop during the fall of the record industry.
Samples from two British gin makers.
San Jose’s Mumlers, whose appealingly loose collage of antique-sounding pop styles is a perfect match for the soulful singing of Will Sprott, play the Beat Kitchen on Thursday night.
Found: the torta de tamal.
I’d missed this before, but last week Gen. Casimir Pulaski was named an honorary U.S. citizen. Elsewhere, Matt Yglesias laments the fact that America doesn’t celebrate Armistice Day. I disagree – Armistice Day became Veterans Day in America in 1953, in the wake of WWII, for the purpose of honoring all veterans – but it’s […]
A retrospective of body-shaming dolls for girls.