Thrash bands new and old converge on Chicago tomorrow
What’s on the Reader’s Agenda for Thursday, April 3, 2013
Dan on a husband’s kinky fantasy, a May-December romance, and more.
Doctor Clayton cut just 30 tracks, but they helped plant the seeds for rock ‘n’ roll.
With both acts playing Thursday, it feels like alt-country’s heyday.
From Averill to Zeus: A local lit roundup
The Books Issue: Violence
A conversation about the five-decade evolution of a Chicago street gang
Stories can both harm and heal in Karen Russell’s new collection, Vampires in the Lemon Grove.
In The Round House, Louise Erdrich assigns easy blame for a tough problem.
Dan Baum’s latest could use more guys, less Baum.
Anarcho-rapper noiseniks make a sufficiently wild concert video.
The right deals with gay marriage in the Times.
“Independent” aldermen issue a statement on school closings that might as well have been written by the mayor.