The wit’s missing from Miss Marx, Strawdog Theatre’s docudrama about the youngest daughter of Karl Marx.
Late Night at Garage Rep, Steppenwolf’s eclectic new weekly series, features up-and-coming Chicago artists.
A radio remembrance of Da’s Lorna Donley, plus new music from MC the Buttress and scum punks Flesh Panthers
Russia says it’s reacting to fascistic ultranationalism in Ukraine; historian Timothy Snyder says no.
Covering the Pistorius trial, the New York Daily News doesn’t try very hard to play it straight.
Noting upcoming screenings of City Streets (1931) and Body and Soul (1947) at Northwestern University
It’s not just the Eskimos who have lots of names for the white (or gray, or brown) stuff.
Isa Giallorenzo’s Street View 170
“Happy” breezes to the top of the Hot 100.
The longtime antiviolence activist vows to “shock the world” in the March 18 Democratic gubernatorial primary.
We’ve got the premiere of the oddball local art-rock group’s fourth album, which comes out next week on Moniker Records.
Pharrell’s G I R L is reintroducing the singer-producer to the masses, but he already made his mark more than a decade ago.
Also Toni Preckwinkle, China’s one-child policy, a New Jersey student suing her parents, cheese, the Awl, Robert Ashley, Spritz, and normcore?