Tag: Vol. 49 No. 19
Issue of Feb. 13 – 19, 2020
A tale of two love stories
The Photograph explores the ways we learn to love.
Postgrunge outfit Daybreaker drop a double-edged new video
Daybreaker’s new “Porn and Fame” video straddles the line where partying too much stops being funny.
Odd Pleasures: A Queer Valentine’s Day Event, the Half-Court Classic 3v3 Invitational, and more to do this weekend
Arts and culture happenings from Fri 2/14 to Sun 2/16.
Chicago Movie Journal: The communist imagination
The romantic pull of the Soviet ideology in film.
Freedom Ride gives voice to an important chapter in American history
Chicago Opera Theater’s exploration of the civil rights movement traces one fictional woman’s journey.
We found love in a Matches place
Two love stories that started on the pages of the Reader
Emma has its charming moments, but little staying power
This musical take on Austen’s oft-adapted tale skims the surface.
How do you cut the cord when you’re surrounded by couples tying the knot?
Beyond the heartbreak hotel
Four places where relationships sunk
How do you mend a broken heart? Twitter has some answers.
Overdressed for this party on the gig poster of the week
This week’s featured gig poster was designed by Josh Zoerner and features art by Noelia Towers.
Chicago’s three-card monte
Mayor Lightfoot’s TIF “reform” does not tell you how much the scam costs.
Andersonville’s Little Madrid has tapas where you least expect them
A native Madrileno knows how it’s done.