The best cinematic treatments of the Bible
This week’s Chicagoan is Jewish blogger Paul Wieder.
Zero-sum thinking in the press box
We’re not soured on the show though.
A new box set from Criterion collects more than a dozen films, many about food, by ethnographic filmmaker Les Blank.
With the appointment of Lou Bertuca to the ISFA, Governor Quinn gets one last chance to wave his middle finger in Mayor Rahm’s face.
Challenged to create a dish with lutefisk, Cosmo Goss of the Publican prepares a variation on vitello tonnato.
Now’s a perfect time to combine two state offices and save a bundle.
The band talks about the lengthy creation process behind their forthcoming LP and the decision to bring a third member aboard.
A gorgeous, dreamy pop tune from the band’s forthcoming self-titled LP
Also Joe Berrios, Glenn Greenwald, animals in heaven, an Iowa state rep and his wife, and Chicago in the 1830s?
Between his years in a little village in Mexico and Little Village in Chicago, Jesus “Chuy” Garcia learned a lot about race and ethnicity in Pilsen.
Darryl Holliday and company are Kickstarting their effort to collect stories for a second book, Kedzie Avenue.
New reviews and notable screenings in this week’s issue
Reader film capsules guide what you should watch online.