What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Thursday, February 27
Dan on dealing with anger issues, exploring bisexuality without offending the boyfriend, and working kinks into a new relationship.
Mayor Rahm’s FOIA practice in action—it takes CPS eight months to turn over little more than a blank piece of paper.
Two women who both went to the Soviet arctic and spent time on the deck of Exodus, though under completely different conditions, meet via Skype.
Chicago indie label Closed Sessions releases the first latest single from young, charismatic Chicago rapper Alex Wiley.
Noting an academic conference about the relationship between film editing and computational statistics
Lyric Opera’s Rusalka is as stunning to watch as it is to hear.
“Sweethearts” from the recently reissued Key Lime Pie, the band’s final album
Also China, mobility, the SATs, and critical sleep studies?
Video tells the story of local farmers networking at the Good Food Festival.
And their performances in new work are revelatory.
The New York Times covers Jason Collins’s return to NBA.
This week’s gig poster was designed by Milwaukee-based artist (and former Chicagoan) Francisco Ramirez.
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Wednesday, February 26
Channel 11 presents Legacy, a Chicago story of tragedy and triumph.