The Paramount Room has a new bike repair stand for the hundreds of cyclists who ride along Milwaukee.
Tag: Vol. 43 No. 2
Issue of Oct. 3 – 9, 2013
What the heck is this place? The House of Hansen
What the heck is this place? The House of Hansen?
Street View 126: Kim Gordon looks annoyingly perfect at the MCA
Isa Giallorenzo’s Street View 126
Reader’s Agenda Tue 10/1: Tavi Gevinson, Brooklyn Brewery Mash, and Prism
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Tuesday, October 1
Scary stories to tell with some art
Jessie Devereaux curates “A Stranger in Your Arms,” just in time for Halloween.
Cross Record signs with Ba Da Bing! Records
Cross Record begins getting what it deserves and signs to the like-minded Brooklyn label Ba Da Bing! Records.
The Chicago Commercial Collective wants to give off-Loop shows an afterlife
Chicago Commercial Collective wants to give off-Loop hits a profitable afterlife.
Do new chef collaborations mean Billy Dec is growing up?
Is a colorful restaurant entrepreneur getting serious at last?
It’s all over now, baby blue: A Breaking Bad chat
Three Reader staff members discuss one of the most heavily anticipated finales in television history.
Waking up to Young Detective Dee
Why the new Tsui Hark film, playing this week at the River East 21, is ideal moviegoing for a Sunday morning
The End of San Francisco: Between memory and forgetting
Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore’s masterful new memoir tracks a radical activist’s education in a changing city.
Oktoberfest shootout: Metropolitan, Revolution, and Two Brothers
Some of the best Oktoberfest beers available in Chicago were brewed right here.
Baseball—healthy as can be, yet dying
Baseball, the sport that no longer is what it never was.
Best shows to see: Julianna Barwick, Prism, Atoms for Peace
The best shows to see Monday through Wednesday include Julianna Barwick, Prism, and Atoms for Peace.
12 O’Clock Track: Vic Mensa’s stupid-catchy romp “Lovely Day”
Vic Mensa’s long-awaited Innanetape drops this afternoon, but right now you can listen to the new single “Lovely Day.”