Part of “On TV, Off TV,” on display at Packer Schopf Gallery
Part of a show on display at Perimeter Gallery
Part of “Myth-Illogical,” on display at Woman Made Gallery
Part of “Coalescence,” on display at Dubhe Carreño Gallery
Michael Kupperman’s Tales Designed to Thrizzle is the subject of a discussion at Challengers Comics on Thursday, November 19.
A Chicago retail pioneer passes away.
I agree with Blair Kamin that Mies van der Rohe’s Test Cell is ugly. Personally – and I am a rank, uncultured philistine as far as architecture goes – I’m not particularly fond of IIT or Mies van der Rohe, whose buildings I associate with fuck-you money and bureaucracy. Which I know is not his […]
A rare tea dinner, a benefit for the soon-to-open Dill Pickle Food Co-op, cheese from master cheese makers of Wisconsin, and more.
Free A/V Murder show at the Double Door on Thursday, November 19.
If you want to know why Daley wins every time no matter what, this explains it better than anything I could ever write: In the years since then, Chicago has ridden the momentum. It’s made big plans, been boosted by big names. Mayor Richard Daley. Oprah Winfrey. Barack Obama. Now Daley’s grip on power is […]
What’s new in hipster rap?
We consider the style quandary that is men’s winter headgear.
Recently wrecked band hits fast food jackpot
I join Neil Steinberg in condemning Congressman Mark Kirk for the letter Kirk sent President Obama urging him to put those “200 Al Qaeda terrorists” somewhere else, for if they’re transferred from Guantanamo Bay to the state prison in Thomson, Illinois, “our state and the Chicago Metropolitan Area will become ground zero for Jihadist terrorist […]
Drag City celebrates the release of a compilation of Gnawan music on sublabel Twos and Fews with a listening party Thursday at Intuit.