Also digital cameras, Joan Wickersham, Charlotte Mew, and “Night Moves.”
Binny’s balloons, lamb ham, sfincione, and other food news bites
New reviews and notable screenings in this week’s issue
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Friday, June 14
A new documentary about wine tasters spotlights the challenge of making a movie about arcane subject matter.
As principals warn their staff of budget cuts in the public schools, Mayor Emanuel takes another step to spend $55 million in property taxes on a hotel and DePaul University basketball arena.
In due time, a democratic government can be held accountable.
The Wipers-esque Atlanta group hits Permanent and Township this Saturday.
Between now and Sunday, your live-music options include the Spring Awakening fest, the Taste of Randolph Street, Jack Oblivian, Black Star, the Mountain Goats, and Man or Astro-Man?
A rollicking, slightly disjointed, and sometimes baffling psych-punk tune from a onetime truck driver with a cult following.
Also genes, Anthony Weiner, “forced fatherhood,” snakes in Bridgeport, the hierarchy of TV dramas, and angrier Legos?
Separate but equal “has no place in the field of public education.”
Writing a book is only half the battle.
Local thrash trio Oozing Wound have signed with huge local label Thrill Jockey, and Rotted Tooth Fest is announced.