Challenged to create a cocktail with the antacid, Gary Matthews of Drumbar comes up with a twist on the Ramos Gin Fizz.
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Bertrand Bonello’s 2016 masterpiece is currently in the middle of a weeklong Chicago run at Facets.
Also, a judge has sealed Jason Van Dyke’s statements to IPRA about Laquan McDonald shooting.
Greetings from Logan Square, the Customer is Always Right, Pinocchio, and more of the best things to do in Chicago the week of 9/11-9/14.
Also, Rauner is visiting China and Japan on his first international trade mission this week.
Writer-comedian-podcaster Eric Barry’s essay on why he’s leaving Chicago for New York City went viral for all the wrong reasons.
Despite growing interest in rent regulation, Pilsen residents facing displacement remain skeptical of lawmakers.
Comfort Station’s “Greetings From Logan Square” exhibit, comic Max Amini at the Athenaeum Theatre, and more of the best things to do in Chicago the weekend of 9/8-9/10.
Colorado native Kenny Warren played in Chicago with Slavic Soul Party! last weekend, but he’s got his own thing brewing too.
Also, Mayor Emanuel is trying to persuade Amazon to locate its second headquarters in Chicago.
On his sophomore album, True to Self, Bryson Tiller keeps doing Bryson Tiller things, like lamenting over trap-infused 808s about a girlfriend’s emotional distance and the impending end of their relationship—which may also be related to some questionable behavior of his own. “I’m busy, it’s no wonder you upset with me,” he sings on his […]
A 2013 Resident Advisor profile of Detroit producer Manuel Gonzales latched on to a particular phrase he’d used to describe his music: “It’s kind of punk.” Gonzales, who records and performs as M Gun, likes his techno and electro with serrated edges, convulsive synths, and corrosive percussion. But as harsh as his music can be, […]
George Wendt steps into the fire at Second City’s roast, but he may feel the burn.
South American metal fans have been enjoying this Chilean monster for 15 years, and it’s time for the U.S. to catch up: Slaughtbbath have been releasing a stream of vile and vicious black metal via demos and EPs, only once slowing down enough to grind out a full-length, 2013’s Hail to Fire. But hot on […]