The New York Times sports desk needs to be more vigilant.
The best shows to see through the weekend include Todd Snider, Sharon Van Etten, Mick Jenkins, and Helado Negro.
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Thursday, October 9
Northeastern Illinois University is attracting a lot of eyes with the flashy new El Centro—and a lot of criticism for its expansion plans.
Chicago International Film Festival reminisces with 15 revival screenings, including Natural Born Killers and Roger and Me.
The Reader digs through the Chicago International Film Festival’s archives to assemble a time line covering the fest’s 50 years.
The Reader‘s guide to the 50th Chicago International Film Festival
Dan Savage advises a foot fetishist in the grips of a false dichotomy, a young Italian after his friend’s bi girlfriend, and a bi minor in need of some metamedical counsel.
The 2013 crime thriller, a prize winner at last year’s Sundance Film Festival, receives its Chicago premiere.
Both local MCs dropped new material the past week, and the new tunes exhibit some alluring strangeness.
Ten Reader writers take on 16 albums—including Aphex Twin, Godflesh, Johnny Marr, and more.
Did Scalia duck Posner?
Today’s 12 O’Clock Track is “Manson Girls” from the upcoming full-length “You Know What to Do,” out 10/28 via K Records
Also female elected officials, Ferguson, and Gaza?
Photographers might deserve a spot at Cooperstown, but they didn’t get one.