Part of “It’s Your Funeral,” on display at the Tattoo Factory Gallery
This week’s Early Warnings include the Besnard Lakes, Broken Bells, Cradle of Filth, the Handsome Furs, Interpol, Little Dragon, S. Carey, and Tapes ‘n Tapes.
Draw the blinds, already.
Part of “The Body,” on display at Kasia Kay Gallery
Alex Ross and John Luther Adams in Chicago.
Local bar associations rate the judges facing reelection.
A candy lecture, a seafood dinner, a mezcal tasting, and more.
Recommended entertainment paired with nearby restaurants.
A statue identified with Sam Zell disappears from the lobby of Tribune Tower.
Bar Novo hosts a free acoustic performance by the Neon Trees to celebrate its first anniversary.
A file-sharing giant falls.
Buffalo Grove looks to set Illinois political history by actually recalling a politician they don’t like.
Lupe does Modest Mouse; Modest Mouse gets reissued.
Obama’s most well-regarded appointees—among liberal Democrats—are most likely a Republican and a former Republican-turned-moderate Democrat.
The confession of Colon Russell Williams