A PIV-focused husband wants to know. Plus: a closeted bisexual’s dilemma, and a couple hard-core alternatives to Viagra
A proposed bill would force presidential candidates to do so before being allowed on the state presidential ballot.
The high-traffic six-corner intersection of Damen/North/Milwaukee is ripe for an overhaul.
Gentleman Caller record a song cycle about Maryse Meijer’s short stories, Gossip Wolf premieres a future power-pop classic from the Rubs, and more.
How conservatives preempted rent control before the public was ready to talk about it.
The Puerto Rican nationalist comes home to Humboldt Park after 35 years in federal prison.
Current musical obsessions of O’My’s cofounder Maceo Haymes, singer-songwriter Kaina, and Reader music critic Leor Galil
Also, a study has linked high blood pressure to segregated neighborhoods.
If Tronc keeps the Sun-Times going will it preserve the Reader too?
Neil deGrasse Tyson, Laughs Unlocked, and more happenings from May 15-18.
Also, Schaumburg wants to compete with the Chicago theater scene.
Morgan Parker talks There Are More Beautiful Things Than Beyoncé, Mother’s Day Brunch, and more happenings from May 12-14
Tomeka Reid’s Chicago Jazz String Summit starts strong tonight with a rare chance to see three world-class players in intimate solo and duo sets.
Through toiletry drives, “bail-outs,” and reunification rides, local activists work to brighten Mother’s Day in jail and prison.
The hoped-for paradox of minimalism is that reduced means will result in maximum effect. No artist has accomplished this more completely than composer and filmmaker Phill Niblock, whose music intentionally eschews rhythm and melody in favor of massed, sustained tones. The beats that result when microscopically variant pitches are played at sufficient volume turn unchanging […]