Bil Vermette’s spacey synths return from 1984, Indian releases a new LP of hateful doom, and more.
The last-minute shift in tone remains one of the strongest (and cheapest) effects in a filmmaker’s arsenal.
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Playing off 70s- and 80s-era soaps and starring a heavyweight cast, IFC’s new miniseries falls short.
DanceWorks Chicago company member Marco Antonio Huicochea Gonzalez died during a rehearsal break Monday, January 13.
Track two off the band’s recently released LP, Grassed Inn
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Chicago Public Media hopes to protect its spirit and reach a consensus without splitting into factions.
Chicago’s Community Media Workshop names a new leader.
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A 2003 interview captures Obama explaining how he’s a “populist.”
Regardless of their artistic merit, canonized old movies help shape our understanding of film history.
To better help the urban poor, government must address not just their deprivation but also their segregation.
One of the guys behind rap reissue label Dope Folks Records drops another Soundcloud mix filled with throwback Chicago rap tracks.