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Tag: Vol. 41 No. 30
Issue of Apr. 19 – 25, 2012
Exercising my guesthood in Madison
A report on my first 24 hours at the Wisconsin Film Festival
Eddie Palmieri and Brian Lynch bring an exciting new band to Mayne Stage
Brilliant Latin-jazz pianist Eddie Palmieri and trumpeter Brian Lynch bring their new quartet to the Mayne Stage on Sunday.
The Romney website: suggested edits
What does it mean to be pro-life?
12 O’Clock Track: Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Warren G, Daz, and Nate Dogg, “Deeez Nuuuts”
Today’s 12 O’Clock Track is “Deez Nuuuts” off by Dr. Dre, Nate Dogg’s first official recorded appearance.
Tuna scrape is the next pink slime and other food news bites
Greg Hall’s new cider is reviewed, Eggy’s opens, and tuna scrape replaces pink slime as the food bogeyman of the month
Friday at Township: Wizard Rifle
The gonzo Portland noise-rock duo comes to town behind a new album on Seventh Rule.
Soft-focused and ham-fisted: Reader critics’ new performing arts reviews
Fresh performing arts reviews
Roger Ebert critiques his second date with Oprah Winfrey
Michael Czyzniejewski’s Chicago Stories: 40 Dramatic Fictions: funny, quirky, short ruminations told in the personas of famous Chicagoans
Mayor Rahm learns about LSCs
In his ongoing effort to learn new things about the city he runs, Mayor Emanuel learns about local school councils.
Living for the city: arty stuff to do this weekend
Arty stuff to do in Chicago this weekend
One Bite: three fungus tang at Cho Jung
A delicious fungal soup at the region’s greatest little Korean mom-and-pop
Portland modular-synth dynamo Matt Carlson makes his Chicago debut
Matt Carlson (Golden Retriever, ex-Parenthetical Girls) makes his local solo debut at Lampo’s spring season opener.
Sales and other fashion events
Clever Alice returns, a jewelry import business launches, and more