The Reader’s Bar Issue: Expert tips for drinking across the city
Tag: Vol. 42 No. 25
Issue of Mar. 14 – 20, 2013
Reader readers built their very own jukebox
Reader readers build their very own jukebox.
Tomorrow night, journey from the infinite to the microscopic at the Logan Center for the Arts
Previewing a multimedia event presented by the Film Studies Center
Waiting for Derrick Rose
Waiting for D. Rose, the press has forgotten about the Bulls.
SXSW flashbacks with Talk Normal and Ricky Rude
Talk Normal’s dinky, casually intimate show and Ricky Rude’s inexplicable presence on a Young Scooter bill were both reminiscent of the slightly less ruthlessly managed SXSWs of yore.
Further thoughts on the “strident secularism” that troubles John Kass
Is “strident secularism” the reason why so many turn away from the church?
Talking to Joon Bai, the man behind the first U.S.-North Korean coproduction (part two)
The second part of an interview with the writer-producer of The Other Side of the Mountain, which screened in Chicago last weekend
12 O’Clock Track: The whispery cabin folk of Ty Maxon’s “To Theoda”
Today’s 12 O’Clock Track is Ty Maxon’s “To Theoda,” from his album Calling of the Crows.
Did you read about the new pope, Kris Crawford, and how to stop eating?
Also cyber vulnerabilities, a brother’s suicide, Neal Pollack, and Adam Curtis?
Wednesday night at SXSW: Never mind the buzz bands, here’s the international rappers
On Wednesday night one Reader writer checked out some unknown international rappers, and more.
Reader’s Agenda Thu 3/14: Studs Terkel Community Media Awards, Karaoke Idol, and Ochs & Don
What’s on the Reader’s Agenda for Thursday, March 14, 2013
A hangover cure—at a cost
A hangover cure—at a cost: An undercover visit to Chicago’s first hydration clinic
The monetary value of foot-in-mouth
Dan on foot fetishes, online acquaintances with unsavory racial politics, and dating while poz.
Writers bring “Vision and Voice” to the 17th annual Story Week
“Vision and Voice” is the theme of the 17th annual Story Week Festival of Writers.
Twelve essential watering holes
Chicago booze enthusiasts (including Reader staffers) share their expert tips for drinking across the city, from morning to late night to the morning after.