The Twin Cities MC goes wild dropping rhymes on the spacey tune from last year’s Talk to Strangers EP.
Also Susanna Atanus, Mayor Emanuel, booze, weight loss, books with click-bait titles, the pope, and a German retirement community?
The best shows to see through Sunday include Chicago Psych Fest V, Henry Butler, Action Bronson, and Los Campesinos!
Con Air Looking for something to do today? Agenda‘s got you covered. Doc Films, the University of Chicago’s student film society, hosts a screening of the Nic Cage actioner Con Air, which former Reader film critic Lisa Alspector called “both cheeky and tongue-in-cheek because it’s so far over-the-top.” At Co-Prosperity Sphere, South Side Projections screens […]
Dan on experiencing harsh pain down there, sampling your own cream pie, and seeking sex outside of marriage.
Living alone and in hiding, the actor and Lounge Lizards legend John Lurie has reinvented himself yet again—this time as a painter.
Indomitable big-band singer Dorothy Brady, aka Dottie Bee,
retired from a four-decade career 20 years ago–and she turns 90 next
The avant-pop singer made a mix of pop songs for his seven-year-old daughter as she’s getting hooked on Katy Perry.
Two locations demonstrate the importance of good to-go packaging.
The local rapper-producer just dropped a doozy through Scion AV, and one of the seven songs sets a pretty high bar for rap in 2014.
The 25th annual Rhinoceros Theater Festival presents the cozy side of fringe.
After a quarter century, the Rhinoceros Theater Festival is still bringing theatrical perversity to Chicago.
A multimedia tribute to Studs Terkel’s Working and a 35-millimeter revival of The Coca-Cola Kid are both slated for Friday at 7 PM.
The journey of Llewyn Davis resonates for journeymen everywhere.
A haunting toy-piano piece composed by Derek Hurst