Pew releases a study on science and the public
The Goodman’s Rapture, Blister, Burn spouts plenty of feminist theory while failing to catch fire.
The Stabat Mater feels even more stylized in its grief when it’s played on otherworldly-sounding analog synths.
Also human-Neanderthal sex, fake parking tickets, the Spire, Conde Nast, blogging and social media, and the Africa Cup of Nations?
He was one of the mid-20th century’s most prolific photographers. Now, at 92, Shay’s getting the vast archive that fills his home in order, and he’s finally receiving the appreciation from the art world he’s long deserved.
Dan Savage offers advice and PSAs on safe dildo use, the dangers of smoking, navigating a first three-way, and more.
More than three-dozen selections screen at Columbia College Ferguson Theater.
‘Doom funk’ septet Gramps the Vamp hits vinyl, cancer-research benefit Danstock returns for year three, and more.
Two big local hip-hop shows kick off Saturday night, one featuring 90s legends Crucial Conflict and Twista, the other anchored by rising stars such as Mick Jenkins.
The veteran comic actress takes the dramatic plunge as a woman incapacitated by pain.
Two ambiguous detective types lead two very different shows.
As the great Ernie Banks discovered, Chicago politics is no place for nice guys.
Sure, January isn’t even over, but Title Fight’s Hyperview is that good; get clued in and listen to “Chlorine.”
Also Boko Haram and drones?
The Pilsen Alliance says alderman Danny Solis improperly accepted contributions from shredder company