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  • SOUND TRUMPS STUFF

    SOUND TRUMPS STUFF
    Al Margolis is mulling¬†over a new idea for how he’s going to release his music in the near future: with stuff that doesn’t contain music at all. By phone, the New York-based veteran DIY sound artist (aka If, Bwana) and improviser says that he’s considering making various objets d’art, if you will, that people could buy just so that there’s a physical something. The purchase would include a download code for acquiring digital files.
  • FILM REVIEW: HALF OF A YELLOW SUN

    FILM REVIEW: HALF OF A YELLOW SUN
    Half of a Yellow Sun Directed by Biyi Bandele Opens at the New African Films Festival at the AFI Silver Theatre March 13; additional screening March 16, followed by discussion with author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie -------------------- In many ways, ...

    For labor union cartoonist, these are lonely but busy days

    For labor union cartoonist, these are lonely but busy days
    A couple of weeks ago, a blood vessel burst in Gary Huck's left eye. It was the same day that Bruce Rauner, Illinois' new Republican governor, unveiled his state budget, calling for $6 billion in cuts to such sacred cows as the University of Illinois...

    Restaurant review: Momotaro

    Restaurant review: Momotaro
    Four-month-old Momotaro breaks a lot of rules. The menu is enormous, its seven pages enough to daunt even the most confident diner. The dining rooms are busy and boisterous, a far and noisy cry from the placidity toward which most Chicago Japanese...

    'The Royal Society of Antarctica': Life and love at the bottom of the world

     'The Royal Society of Antarctica': Life and love at the bottom of the world
    A three-act, three-hour play set in Antarctica? At this point in this particular Chicago winter, it is hard to imagine an onstage prospect with less commercial potential. Even this critic — who had had a day of it Monday, let me tell you —...