Bringing Amazon HQ2 to Chicago was the dream of only Mayor Rahm and his faithful sidekick Governor Rauner—both of whom will be leaving office shortly, thank you very much.
This weekend Alabama transplant KC Ortiz performs at a showcase hosted by local label Futurehood, which supports gay and trans musicians of color.
Income from ads, sponsorship, and operations went up while losses went down.
Real estate broker and Art Institute docent Terri Franklin doesn’t need permission to dress up. “Don’t hesitate to wear something you love.”
The current book obsessions of Reader editor in chief Anne Elizabeth Moore and writer, comedian, and artist Salem Collo-Julin.
Long story obviously, but a friend of mine once got kidnapped by the Marxist revolutionary group FARC (Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia), and subsequently lived with them in the Amazon rain forest for a year against his wishes. Of course, life in the jungle took some adjusting to, but it was really only after he […]
Although the songs are out of tune, his absurdist, irreverent humor is still intact.
Even after the story runs out, it’s still a joy to watch.
But it’s a serious contender in the little-meats game.
And some for progressives, too.
The two-person cast plays a multitude of characters with infinite energy.
Or how gag cartoonist Ken Krimstein took the plunge into midcentury philosophy.
Just because you can append more films to a bankable franchise doesn’t mean you should.
Tips for getting into bondage without being a menace or a creep. Plus: Dan issues the fastest DTMFA ever!
Artist and poet Karen Finley on hope and Trump.