Mister Tom Musick, Dollhouse Reading Series, and the Claudettes
Canadian hardcore act Single Mothers have been selling point-and-shoot cameras they used to document their tour with Quicksand; here’s their experience in Detroit and Chicago in photo form.
A judge’s dismissal of the Prentice preservationists’ case leaves a window open.
At his funeral, the family of Internet genius and activist Aaron Swartz blames the government for his suicide.
On “Together We’re Fucked,” which took first prize at Bridgeport Art Gallery’s inaugural artist competition.
The countdown of my favorite albums of 2012, part two
Jesse Jackson Jr. leaves Chicago without independents
A young rapper and a veteran DJ team up to make vintage boom-bap
Also the Kichwa, “wearable computers,” and disabling Java?
Revisiting the 1976 drama Mado in light of the current release of Sautet’s Max et les Ferrailleurs (1971)
Scott Jacobs, proof the journalist of the future can actually exist
Margi Cole’s the Dance COLEctive performs in “Free/Bound” at Stage 773.
Grace’s food weakens the knees, but Curtis Duffy’s long-awaited restaurant isn’t all the way there yet.
A car crashes into the Apple store in Lincoln Park.
Chicago producer Nick Zanca, aka Mister Lies, has had a whirlwind year—and his debut album doesn’t even come out till next month