The Independent Order of Svithiod is a century-old fraternal organization struggling to survive.
Dan on handling the discovery that your boyfriend is a trans man, and avoiding awkwardness in a threesome with a couple.
Mayor Rahm’s pension plan socks it to geezers, jacks up your taxes—and increases the flow of slush to his TIFs.
Friday, May 9, 7-10 PM The winners of the 2014 Key Ingredient Cook-Off, as determined by an audience vote, were: Aaron Arnett, Davanti Enoteca (honeycomb tripe) Barry Sorkin, Smoque (tamarind) Meg Galus, NoMi Kitchen (sheep’s milk) Andrew Deuel, Tesori (chestnut flour) Abraham Conlon, Fat Rice (miso) Judges’ choice for best in show:Duncan Biddulph, Kinmont (tamarind) […]
Also, did anyone else think Lily and Marshall were smug jerks?
We’ve got an exclusive stream of an out-of-print 1995 Chicago rap compilation called Talent Fest and an interview with the man who released it.
The former In Fine Spirits space has seen several reincarnations, but the Brixton finally gets things right.
Scintillating solo music from the Dirty Projectors’ keyboardist and harmony singer.
Also ExxonMobil, William Henry Harrison, Lydia Davis, a 40-game losing streak, human-skin-bound books?
The Boise-based choreographer takes the piss out of traditional dance with The Vinegar Works, based on Gorey’s cautionary tales.
Nothing Special Productions gives Much Ado About Nothing a rockin’ and raucous modern staging.
The International Voices Project offers free staged readings of cutting-edge plays from around the world.
This week’s poster was designed and screen-printed by local artist Ryan Duggan.
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Wednesday, April 2
Second City’s Depraved New World shows us how to feel bad about ourselves.