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  • A 'Familiars' story: Antlers' Peter Silberman finds spiritual center

     A 'Familiars' story: Antlers' Peter Silberman finds spiritual center
    "I'm definitely pretty obsessed with the sense of self lately," said Peter Silberman, leader of the introspective indie rock group the Antlers. It's a notion heavily explored in the band's fifth studio album, "Familiars." The carefully crafted record is...
  • Review: 'The Galapagos Affair' ★★★ 1/2

    Review: 'The Galapagos Affair' ★★&#9733 1/2
    Start with a sex-mad baroness and her frisky menage a trois. Add in a stern German philosopher who fancied himself the next Friedriche Nietzsche, his mistress and a married couple who wanted a wholesome Swiss Family Robinson experience for their son....
  • Review: 'Walking the Camino: Six Ways to Santiago' ★★ 1/2

    Review: 'Walking the Camino: Six Ways to Santiago' ★&#9733 1/2
    Depending on how you look at it, a movie about El Camino de Santiago could be brilliant or brutally boring. On one hand, the pilgrimage, which started as a religious processional to the shrine of St. James in Galicia, Spain, more than 1,000 years ago,...
  • Parker Millsap's blistering character studies

    Parker Millsap's blistering character studies
    Parker Millsap left the Pentecostal faith of his youth some time ago. But the singer-songwriter still performs with the passion of an evangelist at an old-time tent revival. Only 21, Millsap is gaining considerable notice with his self-titled Okrahoma...
  • Death is back, with a vengeance

    Death is back, with a vengeance
    "A lot of supernatural things have been happening to us, we feel," says Bobby Hackney, bassist and singer for the band Death. Death was a proto punk band of no renown in Detroit in the '70s, long deceased and now resurrected. Run by Bobby and his...
  • 'Audrey' definitely not worth waiting for

     'Audrey' definitely not worth waiting for
    For the title character in "Audrey," an eager-to-please woman in her mid-30s who's smilingly fraught with superstition and anxiety, an all-important, relationship-testing third date becomes instead a testing ground for her self-respect. The comedy unfolds...
  • Big pictures celebrated at 70MM Film Festival

    Big pictures celebrated at 70MM Film Festival
    Wide is back. Friday through July 24, the Music Box Theatre presents 10 panoramic films made between 1958 and 2012, some classics, some not, but all of them wide. The skies will be larger, the stars starrier, the vistas VistaVision-ier, the camels more...
  • 'Rage' is just another tired Nicolas Cage action film

    'Rage' is just another tired Nicolas Cage action film
    "Rage" is the latest in a parade of cheesy, derivative action-thrillers that erstwhile A-list actor Nicolas Cage has recently starred in, presumably as a quick cash grab. Why he can't find an equal payday in better pictures is perhaps a less vital...
  • Millennium Park proves to be city's great uniter

    Millennium Park proves to be city's great uniter
    Whoever thought Millennium Park would become a place for lovers? But on a hot July afternoon in Chicago, on a footprint where tracks once visibly sliced through a great American city, a skinny couple cavorts on the verdant lawn of Pritzker Pavilion....
  • An easy, enjoyable journey on the 'Road to Paloma'

     An easy, enjoyable journey on the 'Road to Paloma'
    Though there's nothing terribly profound or unique about actor Jason Momoa's feature writing-directing debut, "Road to Paloma," it does prove an effective throwback to the loose-limbed, my-way-or-the-highway road movies of the "Easy Rider" era. This...
  • Tenor master Ari Brown plays homage to John Coltrane

    Tenor master Ari Brown plays homage to John Coltrane
    Chicago tenor saxophone master Ari Brown first heard John Coltrane perform live when Brown was 19 years old, and several times thereafter. He has never forgotten the experience. "It was actually overwhelming," recalls Brown, who will be playing a...