Part of Quirk, on display at Cole’s.
On display at Tom Robinson Studio/Gallery.
Part of a group show on display at Las Manos Gallery.
Part of Skatepark, on display at Mink & Arce.
Pioneer Press is about to close seven papers. Will there be layoffs?
At this point it seems inevitable that Apple’s going to reinvent iTunes as a service that will store your music collection in the cloud and stream it to your preferred device or devices, and tech pundits seem to think it’ll happen sooner rather than later. This will be good for the many of us whose […]
Limited-edition vinyl, free beer, and quality garage rock
Please make this happen, if just for the NYDN freak-out headlines that will result should Zambrano act up.
Free download of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra’s performance of Verdi’s overture to La Forza del Destino.
Capitol Fax has a politically nerdy one.
Horrible hack says shockingly right-on things about the inexcusable “new” Michael Jackson record.
Part of Prodigious Partnerships, on display at Roxaboxen Exhibitions.
Kiki Yablon leaves the Reader, and Geoff Dougherty takes over as acting editor.
The WSJ reports that TribCo has signed up with a new wire service called “Reuters America,” which sounds impressive until you get to this part: “and Examiner.com for local coverage.”
For 1,037 Chicago families, the future all depends on a relatively small, obscure amendment passing through the U.S Senate. Without it, they may just end up without a place to live, uprooted from the communities where they’ve lived for years, because of a short-sighted law passed 40 years ago. The Chicago Reporter‘s Megan Cottrell picks […]