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For the first time in the midwest, a Wisconsin farmer brings rare (and delicious) heritage hog breeds to market.
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Brian Loevner thinks arts organizations should consider new ways to survive—and close.
A string of fires and stabbings have many advocates worried, and challenges in reporting and investigating these crimes leave little hope for justice.
Alejandro Morales’s death doesn’t just leave a hole in Chicago’s DIY music scene—it’s a loss to community activists, to affordable housing advocates, and to countless friendships.
Links Hall and Chicago Shakespeare host two virtual interactive shows on isolation and connection.
Cook County let eviction court go unrecorded for six months.
Few contemporary musicians can simultaneously disturb me and get me dancing quite like Jack Brockman. The Chicagoan fronts industrial trio Civic Center, whose recent vinyl debut for American Dreams (June’s The Ground Below) tamps down its members’ more aggressively deranged inclinations but still manages to sound pretty surreal. He also makes solo EBM tracks as […]
A copy editor brings us to climax, linguistically speaking.
Chicago producer DJ Corey is footwork royalty. His father, DJ Clent, got hooked on ghetto house in the early 90s, and by the end of that decade had established a career in the faster, more aggressive styles of juke and footwork. Clent began nurturing his son’s interest in music long before Corey could make tracks […]
Congresswoman Mary Miller’s apology is almost as bad as her original “Hitler was right” remark.
A community townhall reaffirms the need for communication and representation.
Catalytic Sound launches a streaming service to support improvising musicians, rapper-producer Rashid Hadee collaborates with the Primeridian, and more