Reviews of new music by Flesh Panthers, J Fernandez, Lil Durk, the Singleman Affair, T.B. Arthur, and the Valenteens
Also domestic spying, work culture, Bernie Sanders, Manoel de Oliveira, and Lata 65?
In the category of good news, Mayor Rahm’s school board punts on Noble’s proposal to open a new charter high school in Uptown—just in time for Karen Lewis and Troy LaRaviere to talk about it at next week’s First Tuesdays show at the Hideout.
Convicted drug dealer Jason Austin, held accountable for killing a cop and social worker, appeals his sentence.
Highlights from the filmography of Max Ophuls
Jazzy folk-rockers Redwood Landing have reunited a few times since splitting in the late 70s, and in 1994 bassist Ron Kaplan cofounded talent agency Monterey International.
Street View featuring Amara and her Friday night outfit plus a killer ‘fro.
Challenged to create a cocktail with pork stock, Rachel Rodeghiero turns it into ice cream and floats it in a bourbon drink.
The program features compositions by the two jazz-bred composers, with the latter performing on her works.
The drama’s peaking in the NHL
. . . while French master André Téchiné looks quizzically at wild youth in his unjustly marginalized In the Name of My Daughter.
Transient’s small-batch barrel-fermented beers take ages to go from brew house to bottle, but they don’t stay on shelves for long after that.
Today’s 12 O’Clock Track is “Video Warning Attempts,” from the Black Moth Super Rainbow front man.
Also Dennis Hastert, coulrophobia, narcolepsy, and an indignant creationist?
New reviews and notable screenings in this week’s issue