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  • With fist jabs and shifting smiles, 'Power Goes' is politics of LBJ

    With fist jabs and shifting smiles, 'Power Goes' is politics of LBJ
    Herding cats: Now there's a skill politicians could use today. Lyndon Baines Johnson, our folksy dictator-president of the '60s, had it by the ton, alternately muscling and charming his victim-cohorts into obedience, passing the legislation he wanted, including the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
  • Artist Faheem Majeed focuses on large impact of small gestures

    Artist Faheem Majeed focuses on large impact of small gestures
    Each Jesus Christ was weighty and sizable, about 21/2 feet long, cross included. Each statue had come out of a mold, then plaster had dripped off, pooled and hardened, settling around the edges and leaving thin crescents of residue that clung to the...

    DANCE REVIEW: Hubbard Street Dance Chicago at the MCA Stage

    DANCE REVIEW: Hubbard Street Dance Chicago at the MCA Stage
    Proximity to the stage is an often-unacknowledged factor in performance. Those main stage seats cost more for a reason: The action is up close and personal. As much of a pleasure as it is to watch Hubbard Street Dance Chicago anywhere, it's even...

    'Doris Salcedo' engages in the most visceral ways

    'Doris Salcedo' engages in the most visceral ways
    The contrast between then and now in the fourth floor galleries of Chicago's Museum of Contemporary Art couldn't be more striking. Where the museum most recently displayed, in essence, the overstuffed artifacts closet of the rock star David Bowie, now...

    DANCE REVIEW: Sonia Sanchez's 'The Id' at the MCA

    DANCE REVIEW: Sonia Sanchez's 'The Id' at the MCA
    Flamenco is a paradoxical art, requiring passion and control, self-assertion and self-abnegation, physical vehemence and delicacy, defiance and surrender, joy and despair. Not coincidentally, it's also one of the very few dance forms that prize maturity....