Vic & Gab, Slayer, Eli Keszler, and Barbez top a full card of weekend music
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Thursday, November 14
Dan on slut self-shaming, a misplaced cock ring, and a misleading online lesbian
Two strangers bond over Bruegel in Jem Cohen’s Museum Hours
Garage rockers the Seeds of Doubt were kings of the Chambana scene in the late 60s, but their only recordings have been lost.
The second in a series of discussions about the renowned French filmmaker with Chicago-based female critics, artists, and academics
What we learned at the Chicago Humanities Festival: Robots, pigs, Bambi, and more
A better goal for CPS: reduce the staggering proportion of low-income students
Let Milwaukee rapper and Dope Folks Records cofounder Kid Millions guide you through the world of hard-to-find old-school Chicago rap with his recent Soundcloud mix.
Tallness: You know it when you see, says the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat.
You’ll want to be awake for the second act of Wagner’s bro-centric five-hour opera.
A jam from the improvising trio’s debut album Come Closer and I’ll Tell You
Also Richard Cohen, dating sites, latter-day oil booms, Janis Shinwari, Apple II DOS, slavery in Brazil, the What Would I Say? app, The Nine-Tenths, Charlie Parker, and an alligator on the Blue Line?
You might like the juicy new account of the 2012 presidential campaign if you can cut through its chasmal noisesomeness.