And, in the process, gives the entire ending away.
Volume 47, Number 43
Was the police shooting of Harith Augustus justified? Is Blue Lives Matter for white cops only? Three black Chicago-area officers talk about what things look like from where they stand.
Silk Road Rising’s New China Festival and more goings on 8/3-8/5.
Five young people try their best to find a measure of grace in a society temperamentally unsuited to it.
Three locally shot documentaries showcase resolute, civic-minded personalities in Englewood and East Garfield Park.
Babes With Blades takes on Restoration farce.
This week’s featured gig poster was created by local artist Josh Davis of Dead Meat Design.
And it’s too cute by exactly half.
Hirokazu Kore-eda directed this Japanese legal drama about a homicide that’s not what it seems.
Marriott’s two-man musical murder mystery is lots of fun, until it runs out of plot.
And why did Trump want to invade?
“It’s interesting to be able to work on stuff that is clearly not rooted in an American perspective.”
Barbara Gaines’s adaptation includes hip-hop faeries, a cute lion, and abundant Chicagoiana.
Despite his arresting falsetto on “Time Stopped” (and a cosign from Curtis Mayfield), Marvin Smith’s solo records never did better than his 1966 Artistics single “I’m Gonna Miss You.”