River North is the unlikely home for Bohemian House, which honors the food of Central Europe.
Two new releases contribute to the ongoing celebration of the quirky genius.
Dare Me and The Girls From Corona del Mar provide a refreshingly nasty look at female friendship.
A brand new Whirr offshoot, and this is their debut song.
Also campaign donations, learning French, and Guyana?
New reviews and notable screenings in this week’s issue
Day four in the sentencing hearing of convicted west-side drug dealer Jason Austin
Reader film capsules guide what you should watch online.
What’s on the Reader’s Agenda for Friday, August 29
Gondry’s adaptation of Boris Vian’s unfilmable novel is much darker in its original-release version than in the 94-minute cut that recently played in Chicago.
The Christopher Saathoff Foundation hosts a celebration of the local musician ten years after his tragic passing.
The Burkina Faso singer leaves behind a dynamic, polystylistic legacy of work.
A guest essay from former Reader staffer Dave Jones on the misconceptions associated with journalist James Foley’s career and death
The local three-piece recorded this sullen track to prepare for next week’s Kate Bush tribute at the Whistler.
Also a giant pregnancy-faking panda, interviews, Pioneer Girl, The Sopranos, and Monica Seles’s YA romance series?