People Issue 2013: We selected 19 Chicagoans to shed light on the city’s many moving parts.
The best shows to see on Thu 12/12 through Sun 12/15
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Max Temkin, 26, is a designer and game developer. He’s one of the eight creators of the hugely popular Cards Against Humanity (“A party game for horrible people”).
He his biggest hit as raunchy bluesman Georgia Tom Dorsey, but today he’s known as “the father of gospel music.”
Dan on mismatched libidos, STI testing, and letting poly people in on the acronym game
Trader Joe’s Vintage Ale, brewed by Unibroue, is meant to be cellared. Is it better that way?
The Public Building Commission gives its blessing to Mayor Emanuel’s plan to spend at least $18 million building an annex in a Lincoln Park grammar school that doesn’t really need one.
Black Cinema House revisits John Akomfrah, radical chronicler of the African diaspora.
The K-Town rapper behind the regional hit “Fe Fe on the Block” is one of the faces of bop’s rap sound; he headlines Reggie’s Rock Club tomorrow night.
Lifetime’s biopic Ring of Fire doesn’t quite do June Carter Cash justice
Underground dinner Sous Rising will go street level with 42 Grams next month.
Something good comes out of working on the year-end album list.
Also David Simon, political genes, India’s supreme court, Nelson Mandela’s memorial, waking up in the morning, and facial hair?
A south-side school wants to grow its own food with the help of some big corporate cash.