Part of “Presence Absence,” on display at Noyes Cultural Arts Center
Other than the burns, how was the service?
This week’s Early Warnings include the Decemberists, Dropkick Murphys, Immortal, Lykke Li, Monotonix, Old 97’s, Wavves, Best Coast, and Wire.
Part of “Studio Translations,” on display at the Chicago Cultural Center
Detroit News, March 20, 1931. A fiendish commie plots to destroy our finest military dirigible. His target was softer than an eiderdown full of newborn kittens, but the guy somehow couldn’t get the job done. Over the jump we find law enforcement officials disagreeing as to continuing threat levels vis a vis America’s giant floating […]
Christy LeMaster, programmer for the Nightingale Theatre and Cinema Borealis and a regular film commentator on Chicago Public Radio’s 848, has taken over as managing director of the filmmakers’ networking group IFP/Chicago.. The 23-year-old nonprofit, which recently moved its offices from Columbia College to Tribeca Flashpoint Academy, produces the Chicago Underground FIlm Festival, a spring […]
Austin Scarlett and Santino Rice are in town, the “Behind the Seams” lecture series continues at the Fashion Resource Center, and more.
Lustworthy touchscreen ones and twos
It’s brief, but… kind of pretty? Via @dansinker.
The bird is the word.
Recommended entertainment paired with nearby restaurants.
The Four Loko Party: we’re the future, your future.
Melissa Bean loses her seat, but is the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau in the cards?
Part of “Sex, Death, and God,” on display at Tony Wight Gallery
Was the Home Affordable Modification Program a failure?