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The largest single archive devoted to influential experimental composer John Cage lives in a library at Northwestern—and it goes a lot deeper than its famous Beatles lyric sheets.
A rapper’s style starts with his shoes.
The horror! The horror!
It starts as grotesque comedy but ends in tragedy.
The Pilsen bakery blends traditional Jewish and Mexican flavors—this time without flour.
Halcyon Theatre goes beyond mommy issues to examine three complicated women.
A fine Tribune story is marred by editing oversights.
Robin Witt’s production takes a somber tone, downplaying the comic turns.
It’s as pretty as a pastry.
“No one ever wrote a fairy tale about polyamory!”
This week’s featured gig poster was designed by local painter and designer Trek Matthews.
“We can’t pay rent or buy food with a tuition waiver.”
Watch the returns roll in with political reporters and podcasters Maya Dukmasova and Ben Joravsky. And if you’re in Bridgeport, swing by and see them at Marz Community Brewing.
John Corbett celebrates his latest book with free barbecue and fantastic bands, self-described “Bruce jazz” trio Poplife play a farewell-for-now show, and more.