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  • Tonight's top shows: Diamanda Galas, Scott Lucas and his Married Men

    Tonight's top shows: Diamanda Galas, Scott Lucas and his Married Men
    Diamanda Galas: The classically trained pianist has a titanic voice, and she won’t be using it to trill pretty love songs. She confronts the big issues with unflinching passion and brutal honesty. She’ll be performing pieces for voice and piano, including refashioned blues songs and selections from her Masque of the Red Death trilogy, which  addresses the AIDS crisis,  7:30 p.m. Thursday and Feb. 25 at the Museum of Contemporary Art, 220 E. Chicago Ave., sold out;  mcachicago.org.
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    Pop Music Preview

    Pop Music Preview
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    Zola Jesus: New resident of Los Angeles; owner of fearsome wildcat voice

     
    Zola Jesus, a.k.a. Nika Roza Danilova, has a voice like a savage animal. You can’t help but want it to get close to you, but to let it creep near might also guarantee that you get shredded from limb to...

    Getting the facts straight about Wojnarowicz's 'A Fire in My Belly'

     
    The art work at the center of the current Smithsonian Institution controversy -- David Wojnarowicz's "A Fire in My Belly" -- is perhaps the most talked about, argued about and blogged about piece of art of the past year. Not...