Former Catholic priest Richard Morrisroe reflects on his friend and fellow civil rights activist Jonathan Daniels who was gunned down by a segregationist in Alabama 50 years ago.
Drew Hunt’s very last Top Five
New reviews and notable screenings in this week’s issue
And it wraps up on Saturday with a free show at Millennium Park’s Pritzker Pavilion.
No, Robert Silverman, Derrick Rose isn’t the NBA’s Bill Cosby.
A take-out slice joint goes upscale in Albany Park.
An essay about an essay about a book about David Foster Wallace, which was just made into a movie. Got that?
Space-rock duo Zombi preview their upcoming album Shape Shift with the synth-loaded, sprinting “Mission Creep.”
Also Mary-Arrchie Theatre, Trump feuds, and the Pope’s Laudate Si’
The local music site has helped create new bonds among the diverse array of local musicians it’s documented for more than two years.
Dan Savage advises the ‘marks’ and ‘morons’ caught wanting their pants down.
This House Believes the American Dream Is at the Expense of the American Negro re-creates a debate that couldn’t be more relevant to the time of #BlackLivesMatter.
A neighboring building burns, reaching the Second City offices.
With Mayor Rahm getting ready to jack up your taxes, he has to at least pretend he gives a hoot about what you have to say.
See if you can find it beneath all the excessive details.