Chicago rapper-singer Rich Jones brought his multigenerational monthly hip-hop series All Smiles to a close in April 2019, but its spirit lives on at this Subterranean show he’s headlining. The bill includes great local MCs who might not otherwise have any reason to cross paths, beginning with up-and-comer Musa Reems. On his recent self-released EP, […]
This week’s featured gig poster was created by local artist Chris Day.
Also, don’t you just hate when zombies ruin your dinner party?
Psychedelic rock maven Steve Krakow interviews Colin Blunstone of the Zombies, who play City Winery on March 19 and 20.
Guillermo del Toro tapped Daniel Kraus to help write the story behind the Oscar-nominated blockbuster.
“My next book is my wildest dream come true,” Kraus says.
Four original Zombies—Colin Blunstone, Rod Argent, Hugh Grundy, and Chris White—visit Thalia Hall to play the beloved 1968 album they broke up before releasing.
The death-metal masters bring their bloody blitz to Palatine tonight.
The author of The Book of My Lives talks about bringing together horror movies, the Iraq war, Jewish culture, and a peculiar kind of writer’s block in his latest novel.
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Saturday, May 10
This blog post might save your life. Well, anyway, it’s fun to read.
Today’s 12 O’Clock Track is “Mother Nature Fetish” by the psych-heavy Far-Out Fangtooth
George Romero’s Dawn of the Dead remains the best movie on the subject
Chicagoans recommend zombie burlesque, a good book/good movie combo, and a blues series