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Tag: Vol. 50 No. 14
Issue of Apr. 1 – 14, 2021
Dough Something about anti-Asian violence and harassment
A locally launched national pastry fundraiser benefits bystander intervention training.
Reopenings, discussions, and ¡WEPA!
Upcoming events and recommendations from our listings coordinator
Show them the money
A movement for pay equity and transparency for theater designers scores a victory; Black Lives Black Words kicks off a new discussion series.
A must-order: The Grand Marnier Soufflé at Venteux
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He can’t be in the doghouse forever
Don’t scramble your DNA with a person who wants you to beg for permission to do anything.
Michael ‘Fuzzy’ deLisle is an unsung hero of the fertile 1970s Champaign-Urbana scene
Michael “Fuzzy” deLisle released just one single in his long career, but he’s played a staggering amount of great country rock and folk.
Ryley Walker points to his wide-open musical future on Course in Fable
When guitar wunderkind Ryley Walker releases his first album of proper songs in a couple of years, this new glimpse at where he’s headed in his music is cause to rejoice. The Rockford native shredded in a noisy fashion as a youth, playing in free-jazzin’ bands Heat Death and Tiger Hatchery, but about a decade […]
Liberals and lefties
Something weird is going on when Joe Biden acts like Bernie Sanders.
The candy-coated morality tales of Wong Ping
The artist, animator, and self-proclaimed comedian touches on the personal and political with his “Digital Fables.”
Rika Lin’s ‘ingenuity of necessity’ bridges centuries of tradition
Influences from kabuki and karate inform choreographer Rika Lin’s boundary-crossing body of dance work.
Philadelphia duo Writhing Squares achieve maximum aggravation on their third album
Many rock ’n’ roll duos deal with economy of one sort or another. In the case of Philadelphia group Writhing Squares, it’s not a matter of compensating for thin arrangements: woodwind player Kevin Nickles and electric bassist and rhythm programmer Daniel Provenzano both sing and play synthesizers as well, and they can make so much […]
Buenört Collective spread their hot revolution across the Atlantic
Chicago-based party incubator and microlabel Buenört Collective release the new album by Spanish band El Sombrero del Abuelo.
Tonic Room transforms itself into Golden Dagger
Tonic Room transforms itself into Golden Dagger, and Eleventh Dream Day release the surprise double album Since Grazed.