This week’s gig poster was designed by Los Angeles-based artist Casey Howard.
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Wednesday, November 20
Gábor Mihályi’s Hungarian State Folk Ensemble reinvigorates Eastern European folk dance.
An untamed benefit show for the Rebuilding Exchange, and more
“We said it so they don’t have to” says the Sunday op-ed page.
Artist on Artist: Fingerstyle guitarist William Tyler talks to Douglas McCombs of Brokeback and Tortoise.
Boston University anthropologist and cookbook author Merry “Corky” White signs the 40th-anniversary edition of a classic collection illustrated by William Koren.
Aldermen (at least a few of them) finally challenge the mayor on TIFs!
The French director’s 1997 TV documentary about Hou Hsiao-Hsien will replace the previously announced screening of Paris at Dawn.
Clues that rock’s salvation lies with the girls.
Doctor Who turns 50 this week, and Chicago nerd-rock band Time Crash is ready to celebrate.
Next announces its next season, Curtis Duffy continues his rise as our next great chef.
The band releases triple LP Guilt Mirrors in February.
What would have happened to JFK if he’d been scrutinized in the same way as Obama?
Also U.S. spying, Google’s driverless cars, the French government, Margaret Mary Vojtko, Slawomir Zubrzycki, a book per country, the Music Box, Facebook, Blue Is the Warmest Color, a 98-year-old woman, Arcade Fire, and the emo revival?