An exclusive stream of the interstellar weirdo-noise LP
This crusty Virginia black-metal band has no use for tremolo picking that sounds like a gerbil trying to get into a can of soup.
Also Judy Baar Topinka, Amara Enyia, declining neighborhood high schools, a transcontinental freight train, Shimer College, the New Republic, Lolita Sonny Tumbelaka’s photographic storytelling, Derrick Rose, Boogie Nights, and the Williams-Sonoma Catalog
Keren Kitchen is doing favas right.
Isa Giallorenzo’s Street View featuring Jesse and Ricardo, performance artists who have dressed alike for almost 20 years
Today’s 12 O’Clock Track is “Love Don’t Live Here No More,” the opening single of the Wu-Tang Clan member’s new album.
Also racial bias, Ebola, communes, and ladypeople during the holidays?
The south-siders sign closer David Robertson and trade for starter Jeff Samardzija, while the Cubs continue to pursue southpaw free agent Jon Lester.
For the fourth year, Missio Dei organizes an event to make sure professional portraits are available to all.
“Embrace your cohorts”
On the connections between pastry and holiday music.
The Sun-Times sportswriter says its good to see Rose “become a man.”
Nonprofit ElevArte works to promote Pilsen’s Mexican-American heritage in a rapidly changing neighborhood
Plus a beer-comics combo event at Arcade Brewery, Sauced Night Market, and more fun food stuff.
Northwestern professor Bill Savage gives hell to Devil in the White City.