What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Thursday, February 6
Bluesman Willie “Poor Boy” Lofton died in obscurity, but one of the eight songs he recorded would change the genre forever.
Dan on shopping for safe and nontoxic dildos, committing to marriage on a coin toss, and advising employees about their cuckolding ways
Sébastien Betbeder’s zippy second feature is playing this week at the Gene Siskel Film Center.
Ukrainian Village’s neighborhood spot Gaudi Cafe joins a restaurant row in Noble Square.
The Primeridian member’s desire to produce makes for the kind of inspiration that can help break a creative dry spell.
Johnson’s “Feel My M.F. Bass” is the kind of raw, raunchy house music that’ll get you on the dance floor.
The Bay Area reedist delivers some fleet sounds with the current version of his long-running Ton Trio.
Also minimum wage, Peter Greste, emotions, Bill Nye, and Morrissey?
Red Tape Theatre’s Hamlet Is Dead. No Gravity. presents mousetraps within mousetraps.
This week’s gig poster was designed by Mexican illustrator Chema Skandal.
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Wednesday, February 5
A new app uses your movement to make music, soul singer Doug Shorts returns to the studio, and more
In the latest installment of the “Vision, Faith & Desire” series, Chicago dancers honor their patron saint, Martha Graham.
Spike Jonze’s Her invites a subjective response.