Today Goose Island releases an imperial oatmeal stout aged in 18-year Elijah Craig bourbon barrels.
Between now and Wednesday, your live-music options include Trinidad James, Smith Westerns, Wreck & Reference, Psalm One, and a Baby Teeth reunion.
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Monday, July 29
Current musical delights of Tic Tac Totally founder Matt Clark and Chicago Mastering Service’s Jason Ward
Blow Out Brian De Palma’s Scarface, a remake of the 1932 Howard Hawks gangster classic, screens at the Logan on Mon 7/29, 11 PM. As Dave Kehr notes in his review, this is De Palma’s most serious film, which makes it probably his least interesting. (The Bonfire of the Vanities is also a strong candidate, […]
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Sunday, July 28
Jeanne Nolan’s new memoir, From the Ground Up, details the education of an organic gardener.
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Saturday, July 27
The Donald E. Stephens Museum of Hummels in Rosemont houses over 4,000 miniature ceramic sculptures.
Local wordsmith moves beyond language altogether.
The most Wilmette of Chicago mayors lauds the most American of big-city mayors.
MSU’s distillery, the Jim Shoe, and the American bartender of the year.
On his terrific new album North Hero, bassist Chris Morrissey keeps the borders between his jazz and indie rock work open.
Malatia’s statement did not say what or where his next “innovation project” would be.
TV Ghost’s brand-new elevator is beautiful, airy, and dark.