How Side Effects and See You Next Tuesday reflect new trends in the movies’ depiction of mental illness.
Burgers, fries, and homemade (we think) condiments
What’s on the Reader’s Agenda for Wednesday, March 13, 2013
Two old friends are separated by religion in Cristian Mungiu’s Beyond the Hills.
Population joins the HoZac nation, Arbogast does a metal cooking show, and Geronimo’s fifth birthday
In An American Story for Actor and Orchestra, Hershey Felder fails to save the 16th president—or the script.
Artist on Artist: John Flansburgh of They Might Be Giants nerds out with Abraham Levitan of Shame That Tune
Southwest Airline has started flying direct from Chicago to Branson, Missouri.
Mayor Emanuel sticks it to the poor by drowning charities in new water fees.
On his latest album, trumpeter Jeremy Pelt introduces a new band and revisits an old sound.
On how reporters at the Newtown Bee responded to the killings at Sandy Hook Elementary
Destiny’s Child gets an atmospheric modern makeover.
Miles Harvey’s How Long Will I Cry? puts a face on urban violence.
Also the D.C. circuit court of appeals, the State Street pedestrian mall, and Garry Wills?
State Rep Luis Arroyo is courageously fighting the pervasive scourge of lion meat in your grocery store, reprots DNAinfo.Gribstreet http://chicago.grubstreet.com/2013/03/lion-meat-ban-illinois-lion-slaughterhouse.html