Bill Cahill—journalist, PR pro, letter writer, and Cubs fan—is dead.
The best shows to see through the weekend include Milford Graves & Joe McPhee, Chicago Symphony Orchestra with Mitsuko Uchida, Charlemagne Palestine, and Russian Circles.
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Thursday, March 13
Dan on staying faithful, exploring BDSM without the sex, and embarking on a fantasy facial
Where to wear green, see green, and drink green
While Mayor Rahm sang a song of self-love at SXSW, four teen poets from Englewood spoke the truth about what’s really going on in Chicago.
Chicago League of Lady Arm Wrestlers takes it over the top
Judge columnists by what they write.
The south-side MC’s newest track from his forthcoming New Wave 2 mixtape is an industrial rager shot through with loneliness.
Isa Giallorenzo’s Street View 173
Noting a program of two films from 1968 by legendary underground filmmaker
The latest album by the brilliant Brazilian singer finally gets a U.S. release.
Also the Senate and the CIA, a carbon-emissions-capturing coal plant, malls, First Kiss, and places to cry in New York City?
Former Chicago 312 chef Dean Zanella gets help in the wake of his wife’s passing.
In a program of four works by Jirí Kylián, Hubbard Street Dance tears up the floor in a battle of the sexes.