This week’s gig poster was designed and printed by Colorado-based artist Mathias Valdez.
Republican electoral reform and the Obama power play are not equivalent, no matter what newspapers say.
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Wednesday, January 30, 2013.
Goodman Theatre stages Jon Robin Baitz’s Other Desert Cities.
MPAACT’s Solo Jams offers ten late-night, one-person performances.
New tapes from Teen River, news from superduo Acteurs (Disappears, White/Light), and more.
Neighboring Sounds takes us somewhere real.
The cornetist and inventor of an approach to conducted improvisation called “conduction” passed away following a struggle with cancer.
The Hamburg Ballet dances John Neumeier’s two-and-a-half hour Nijinsky.
Irving Penn’s career is a reminder that some artists don’t get to complete their arc.
The Ravenswood deli and catering business from chef Cleetus Friedman closed yesterday.
Previewing the neighborhood theater’s upcoming late-night programming
The movie adaptation of Nicholas Meyer’s best seller comes to Blu-Ray.
Bouncy rap from the New York underground
Also Internet comments sections, music streaming and artist royalties, and rare color photographs of Paris in the 1900s?