Italian masters Paolo and Vittorio Taviani document a prison production of Julius Caesar.
Northwestern’s old Patten Gymnasium was the site of the first-ever NCAA tournament championship.
Vintage Savage Love: On “gerbil stuffing”
The Goodman achieves a half measure of success in dark, unruly Measure for Measure.
Saxophonist and composer Jim Cuomo played experimental psych with Spoils of War and acid folk with Mormos, and now writes for an Australian brass band.
European Union Film Festival heads toward the finish line
The Leather Rose Association shows us its spanking bench, standing steel cage, and other bondage furniture.
It isn’t even the worst of the Emanuel administration’s sins.
Previewing a five-film series at Chicago’s French language and culture center
A baby is fatally shot in Woodlawn. Police blame gangs—but are they the real culprit?
Supposedly, it’s because they were waiting for him to be charged first.
One of many dazzling songs from the latest album from the polymath Brazilian songwriter and producer
Also low-level pot possession, Westboro Baptist, Jerusalem soccer teams, Arthur Koestler, the “terms of service” button, and romance novels?
Given that South by Southwest’s influence is on the wane, should upstart bands still bother playing the festival?