What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Thursday, June 13
Hubbard Street Dance Chicago showcases the next big thing at Danc(e)volve: New Works Festival.
The new book Hidden in the Mix details African-American contributions to country music.
Taste of Randolph 2013: Try a bit of the Joy Formidable with your Publican Quality Meats.
Toby Jones is an audio engineer trapped inside the creepy Berberian Sound Studio.
Dan on relationship reefer, an indiscreet military wife, and a dom’s anxious girlfriend.
Next’s Vegan menu is predictably ambitious and fantastical, but can a vegetarian fine dining rookie hang with it?
A Portage Park couple shows us the three urban chickens that reside in its backyard.
Chicago ex-pat Michael Palascak finds humor in the everyday.
A different direction for WBEZ: one with more listener-generated content and fewer paid contributors
A new box set recognizes experimental composer David Tudor’s pioneering work with electronics and indeterminacy.
The “Urban Operating System” is the theme of this year’s Version fest.
With Man of Steel, the screenwriters of the “Dark Knight” trilogy take a crack at the original superhero.
This week’s Chicagoan is Margie Kruse, court reporter