The ensemble script a future without Too Much Light.
It might help bring disenfranchised or disillusioned voters back into the fold.
I Kong Kult end a three-year hiatus to release their ass-shaking debut, Mako Sica hold a benefit to push back against cycling deaths, and more.
Despite their influence on midwestern punk, Six Feet Under have fallen off the map—but Moniker Records is working on an archival release.
So what if she’s committed no crimes? To the right, that doesn’t seem to matter.
Seattle protopunks the Sonics make an important point about a simple trick with the 1966 classic “Shot Down.”
Also, Democratic billionaire businessman J.B. Pritzker is considering a self-funded 2018 run for governor.
When motorists kill people they need to be held accountable.
Chef Hisanobu Osaka’s residency explores the affinities of two great world cuisines.
About a dozen or so people traveled to the still-contested Dakota Access Pipeline to show their solidarity with Native American protesters.
The iconic Fleetwood Mac front woman, clad in a series of shawls and capes, put a fresh spin on her stage show.
Bizarre Bazaar, Deathscribe 2016, and more happenings from December 5-8
Also, former congressman Jesse Jackson Jr. is asking Obama to grant mass pardons before he leaves office.
Short runs at the MCA and Chicago Shakespeare Theater are among this week’s notable shows.
Ring in 2017 with everything from a fondue dinner to a lingerie ball to Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind‘s final Chicago show.