What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Thursday, February 13
Dan on masturbating your way out of a restrictive relationship, handling depression before a woman, and lesbian synonyms for twink.
We’re celebrating Valentine’s Day (believe it!) by focusing on four of Chicago’s “power couples,” as chosen by our readers.
Valentine’s Day dining and events
Two looks at Putin: The difference is style, not substance
A North Center eatery ventures far beyond the traditional burger.
You may have mixed feelings about what Kanye has become since 2004, but don’t forget about the sea change he helped work on pop rap when he broke out.
V-Day Issue: Claire and Rufus Barner intend to leave Chicago a better place than they found it.
V-Day Issue: Lynn Rondeau and Katy Bird are the type of people who’ll parallel park your car for you.
V-Day Issue: Eleanor Spiess-Ferris and Umberto Tosi are “male and female versions of the same creative spirit.”
V-Day Issue: Aay Preston-Myint and Colin Dickson’s first date “didn’t just have a third wheel, it had 20.”
The local rapper just released Hug Life her first full-length as Hologram Kizzie, a name that’s given her the freedom to make whatever music she wants.
Noting a revival of the 1968 drama, which depicts the civil rights movement in a period of crisis.
The How and the Why survives on smarts and at least one great performance.