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  • The Violence Of Failing To End Violence

    The Violence Of Failing To End Violence
    The ghost of Marie Leveau was not the only scary thing hanging over the streets of New Orleans on Halloween as voodoo spells had to compete with gunsmoke and 2 fresh tenants for Leveau’s cemetery. This prompted the Times Picayune to issue its 1,375th plea for an end to “the culture of violence.” Yeah, that will do the trick.
  • City Winery Chicago announces 2012 concert lineup

    City Winery Chicago announces 2012 concert lineup
    City Winery Chicago, a 300-capacity concert hall in the West Loop, will open Aug. 1 and announced a full slate of performers Tuesday for the 2012 season, including singer-songwriter Rosanne Cash, gospel great Mavis Staples and jazz vocalist Kurt Elling....

    The Dry Garden: New 'Tree Rings' book puts climate change in terms young readers can understand

     
    As the United Nations Climate Change Conference concludes in Copenhagen, what is a smart kid to make of the riots? That we’re all going to die -- Santa first? That in a few years down the road, discussion of climate is best had wearing a clown’s

    Michael Hiltzik: Drunk on water

     
    John Wesley Powell, the grizzled, one-armed sage of Western exploration, predicted the water wars that would afflict this region in an era of uncontrolled growth. Attending an irrigation congress in Los Angeles in 1893, he listened with rising indignation...

    Art review: Carroll Dunham at Blum & Poe

     
    Carroll Dunham makes paintings that not even a mother could love. Vulgar beyond belief, his super-crude depictions of a naked woman crawling through a cartoon landscape border on vicious. It's easy to see why many people find them offensive, demeaning...