There are two sides to the Long Room’s kitchen, Sidecar
Plus: Actor Alex Grelle on the best songs in Robert Altman’s Nashville, the Reader‘s Kevin Warwick on the best way to listen to nasty noise-rock, and more
Challenged to create a cocktail with huitlacoche, Damian Arms of the JW Marriott Lobby Lounge puts the corn fungus to good use.
The shoegaze band gets weirder on their new tracks.
New reviews and notable screenings in this week’s issue
Street View featuring a stylish attendee of the MCA’s inaugural art/music/food event in a flowy fishnet skirt.
The mayor doesn’t tell the truth about TIFs and taxes even while trying to abide by the state’s “Truth-in- Taxation Law.”
Donnie Moore dials back the fury in his new project.
Independent vendor Matt Smerge and his team were back selling Chicago Baseball on the sidewalk outside Wrigley Field during the ill-fated National League championship games.
Veteran Sao Paulo death-metal band Nervochaos embark on a rare stateside tour to support The Art of Vengeance.
Also the “left-behind,” Anna Stubblefield, and Cubs nonsense?
Third Coast Audio Festival hosts the three-day event celebrating radio broadcasting and podcasting.
What does it take to get a little coverage around here?
Nir Bergman’s biopic of Israeli writer Yona Wallach screens at this year’s Chicago Festival of Israeli Cinema.
The adapter-director’s latest for Lookingglass tells the classic story straight.