The Field Museum shows us fragments of the meteorite that exploded over Chelyabinsk earlier this year.
Boka chef Carl Shelton serves sassafras with the animal that eats it.
Also K.S.M.’s vacuum cleaner, the Trib spinoff, the late inventor of Twister, Fake Joan Didion, the “celebrity-appearance industry,” a distant planet that rains liquid glass, Oregon’s pay-it-forward approach to higher education, the decline of the American middle class, and the effect of income disparity on global poverty?
A retrospective dedicated to the longtime Chicago artist begins today
New reviews and notable screenings in this week’s issue
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Friday, July 12
The Boston singer-guitarist plays in town Friday with the reunited Come, but she recently released what may be her best solo album.
Chthonic throws out the first pitch
On the second half of tonight’s “Kris & Joe Swanberg double feature” at Doc Films
This dreamy, gorgeous tune is a great, um, gift.
Is balancing family and career still just a women’s concern?
Also gang violence, Tribune Company, “normal” airplane accidents, and “Desert Bus”?
The Boys, a documentary about Disney songwriters Richard and Robert Sherman, is a surprising and fascinating adjunct to Mary Zimmerman’s new stage production.
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Thursday, July 11