The late Cliff Doerksen on payola
Sticking to my resolution this year, reminded again where yellow snow comes from, and the most obvious thing not to do in front of your date.
The Reader’s Cliff Doerksen dies.
Pilsen’s Workshop offers a sewing lessons in January.
An appreciation of longtime Reader contributor Cliff Doerksen, who died December 17 at age 47.
Danny Alpert’s documentary miniseries “The Calling” explores the way young religious leaders, including Northwestern’s rare Muslim woman chaplain Tahera Ahmad, reconcile the traditions of their faiths with the pressures of secular society.
A pill-popping therapist has visions of an alternate life as a transvestite train station janitor in Rujanee Mahakanjana’s “Psy/Fi” film “Parallel Universe,” premiering Saturday 12/18 at Gorilla Tango Theatre.
The Logan Square Literary Review is seeking submissions for its Winter 2011 issue
Corbett vs. Dempsey hosts a book-release celebration for Traveling the Spaceways: Sun Ra, the Astro Black and Other Solar Myths.
Best new restaurants of 2010, Key Ingredient chef’s challenge: geraniums, Saigon Sisters, and more
Recommended entertainment paired with nearby restaurants.
The Classic Film Series concludes a 38-year Chicago run Saturday night at Bank of America Cinema.
Want a date, ladies? Wear sweatpants.
May DC fans have better luck with Rex Grossman than we did.
Wait Wait… Don’t Tell Me host Peter Sagal stopped by The Interview Show, hosted by Mark Bazer at The Hideout in Chicago, to discuss his show, career and his work on … Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights. Video of the interview is below. (The next Interview Show is Friday, Jan. 7, and will feature former Chicago […]