Last call for happy hour at the 900 Shops and more this weekend.
If the Tribune Company had put off filing for bankruptcy by just three weeks, would it have saved a group of past and present managers $120 million?
An African luncheon, a warehouse sale, a whiskey tasting, and more.
This week’s Early Warnings include the Drive-By Truckers, Murder by Death, O’Death, Rival Schools, Salt-n-Pepa, Yann Tiersen, Rocky Votolato & Matt Pond, and the Weasel 25th Anniversary Festival.
A few hip-hop mix tapes that didn’t make my top ten, available for free download
Year-end bests, upcoming projects, New Year’s Eve, and much more
The recently unearthed concert film The Velvet Underground in Boston screens this Saturday at Nightingale.
Thought You Knew hosts bike sprints and bands tonight at the Empty Bottle as part of a launch party for its latest calendar; proceeds go to the Chicago Women’s Health Center.
New reviews and notable screenings in this week’s issue.
Massive cuts hit the Department of Cultural Affairs, but that’s just the beginning, or maybe the middle.
My ballot for the 2010 Village Voice Jazz Critics Poll.
What I ate this year that I can’t forget.
Compelling and revealing work from Project Onward’s disabled artists
Opening chef Matt Eversman has his way with Vietnamese at the French Market spin-off Saigon Sister.
Critics’ Choices and other notable shoes: Magda, the Bad Plus, the Snow Angels, Michael McDermott, Juiceboxxx, Hamid Drake & Michael Zerang, and more