What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Monday, January 28, 2013
River North barbecue joint Bub City makes a loud, twangy case for itself.
Recording studio Phantom Manor closes; Chicago musicians share its history.
Mayor Rahm compromises on the old Jones high school building—he won’t make it a neighborhood school, but at least he won’t tear it down.
Current musical obsessions of CSO violinist Blair Milton, and violinist Barbara Queen
New reviews and notable screenings in this week’s issue.
New York’s excellent Smalls Live label shows how to document hard bop in concert.
Homemade tonkotsu, fast food in Thailand, Great Lake will rise again, and more
Part two of a conversation with actress Deanna Dunagan
The actress discusses her roles in August: Osage County and Other Desert Cities
Also the “feminist objection to women in combat,” irritating and unfunny nondrinkers, and birds on a wire?
Dear God, here comes Jason Statham in Parker.
Lyric Opera presents a lovely, traditional La Bohème.
Catching up on a stack of Hans Fallada novels