Plus: The Backyard Film & Music Fest moves indoors, and Schubas hosts a record fair with pork on the side
In-the-know Chicagoans tell the Reader what they’re watching, reading, and seeing
The Chamber Strings front man is having a little trouble with his medical bills. Plus: New recordings from My Gold Mask, Mike Kinsella solo project Owen, Zelienople drummer Mike Weis, and more
Mary King’s at Woman Made Gallery
Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory looks at life after the Tevatron, its giant particle collider, while farmers look back on a prairie that used to be theirs
Thirty-one days of city-sponsored art events
Neutrinos, they are very small,” wrote John Updike at the beginning of a 1960 poem, “Cosmic Gall.” “They have no charge and have no mass / And do not interact at all.” At least one of those facts has since been disproved: it was recently discovered that neutrinos have a bit of mass. But they […]
Is there such a thing as being too pretty for indie ?
50/50 plays cancer for laughs; Restless is Stage IV stupid.
Also: What to do in the wake of Jamey Rodemeyer’s suicide.
At Lincoln Park’s Barn & Company, it’s all about the meat.
A bushel of tomatoes makes a hell of a lot of tomato sauce.
The Chicago History Museum hosts a design competition.
There’s a full schedule of pop-up shops, designer presentations, and more.