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Between now and Sunday, your live-music options include Ty Segall, Mudhoney, the Rempis Percussion Quartet, the Chicago Jazz Festival, the North Coast Music Festival, and the African Festival of the Arts.
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Thursday, August 29
Dan on hot dates gone soft, boyfriends gone grabby, and more.
The Chicago Fringe Festival descends on Jefferson Park.
Andre Davis was sentenced to 80 years for an unforgivable crime. Two decades later, someone finally started taking his innocence claims seriously.
Lemon or lime? Powdered sugar or simple syrup? For such a simple cocktail, the pisco sour has endless variations.
Anthony McKinney, whose innocence petition led to David Protess’s ouster from Medill, dies in prison.
One bourbon, one scotch, and 20 new hipster bars
The Chicago Tribune publishes one education story too many.
Hey, Mr. Mayor: if every day in school really is sacred, take the money you’re spending on DePaul’s new basketball arena and spring for some air conditioners.
Nightingale Cinema screens a program of funny, visually sophisticated shorts by filmmaker/wrestler Charles Fairbanks.
An intensely roiling jam from Mauritanian singer Noura Mint Seymali, who performs at the upcoming World Music Festival: Chicago
Also the new words in the Oxford Dictionaries, a kidnapping in Somalia, Bobby Riggs, the Russian artist who depicted Putin in drag, and Dilla’s Delights?