Singer-songwriter Tatiana Hazel shows off her eclectic style and bicolor hair.
Brian K. Vaughan’s dystopian masterpiece is given DC’s highest honor.
A performance by the instrumental band Mar Caribe will precede screenings of the short Balloonfest and the documentary feature Thy Father’s Chair.
The Logan Square hairstylist and keyboardist made an appearance at a screening of a documentary about Rick Owens, along with a few other fashionable attendees.
Maybe poetry can’t help but protest.
Annemarie Sagoi brings drinks from Le Boutier, her craft cocktail bar that celebrates Cambodia’s “golden age” of rock, to Bar DeVille for one night only.
Henderson and Adepo join Denzel Washington and Viola Davis in the film adaptation of August Wilson’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play, directed by Washington.
A list of the books that surprised, enlightened, and delighted Reader reviewers
Also, a study of local high school students shows that studying music changes the teenage brain.
During the past year, the city’s biggest institutions exhibited more overtly political work.
The founder of the Bronzeville-based Dovetail Project is honored by CNN Heroes.
Rebecca O’Neal hosts the local televised stand-up showcase.
More from the live Savage Lovecast Christmas Spectacular
A former Christian missionary reflects on the kind of crises of faith portrayed in The Christians.
The best photos that ran in the Reader in 2016.