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  • Theatre Y offers imaginative look into outcasts

    Theatre Y offers imaginative look into outcasts
    "Exiles" *** Until this spring, Chicago's Theatre Y focused exclusively on Romanian playwright Andras Visky, with productions of "Juliet: A Dialogue About Love" and "I Killed My Mother," both of which have toured internationally. But the company...
  • Rock 'n' Reubens in the Kibitz Room at Canter's

    Rock 'n' Reubens in the Kibitz Room at Canter's
    Rock 'n' roll is to the Kibitz Room at Canter's what onions are to chopped liver. The two have been closely aligned since the little bar opened just off the beloved Fairfax Avenue deli's annex dining room in 1961. Only now, instead of a bunch of hippies...
  • Margaret Cho proud her film closes 30th annual Reeling film fest

    Margaret Cho proud her film closes 30th annual Reeling film fest
    Although Margaret Cho's latest concert film, "Cho Dependent," will close Reeling: The Chicago Lesbian & Gay International Film Festival that begins Thursday, the comedian herself cannot make the 30th annual event. She's on the road. In "Cho Dependent,"...
  • Talking music with Rashida Jones

    Talking music with Rashida Jones
    In about a week-and-a-half I'll post yesterday's very fun interview with"Celeste and Jesse Forever"star/co-writer Rashida Jones. For now, here's a snippet from the conversation that has nothing to do with the movie (opening Aug. 10) or anything else&...
  • Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong rants in Las Vegas, off to rehab

    Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong rants in Las Vegas, off to rehab
    Green Day lead singer Billie Joe Armstrong is heading to rehab just days before the band is to release the first of three new albums. The revelation comes less than 48 hours after Armstrong ranted and smashed his guitar at Clear Channel's iHeartRadio...
  • The week in music: PiL, Pretty Lights and Latin pride

    The week in music: PiL, Pretty Lights and Latin pride
    Don't fret if you missed Fiona Apple's show Sunday at the Fillmore. There are plenty of musicians around this week who can tell you how the inside of a tour bus smells. TOURING Pretty Lights at Fillmore Miami Beach 9 p.m. Tuesday, $44.50, LiveNation.com...
  • Benefit for Freddy B seeks to inspire hope, love and community

    Benefit for Freddy B seeks to inspire hope, love and community
    Friends of Freddy B Concert 6 p.m., June 3. $10 donation. Toad's Place, 300 York St., New Haven, (203) 624-TOAD, toadsplace.com.   It's not uncommon these days to hear of someone you know and love falling on hard times. Most of us hope we'd be able...
  • Harris Savides dies at 55; cinematographer on 'Zodiac' and 'Milk'

    Harris Savides, who was widely considered one of the most influential contemporary cinematographers, earning acclaim for his canny visual sensibility on such films as "Zodiac" and "Milk," died Wednesday. He was 55. The Skouras Agency confirmed the New...
  • Nelly's tour bus sidetracked by drug bust in Texas

    Nelly's tour bus sidetracked by drug bust in Texas
    Musicians, time for some real talk. We do not advocate for any illicit narcotic use here at Pop & Hiss, but if you know you're riding dirty in your tour bus, route your travels far away from Sierra Blanca, Texas. Following in the company of Fiona Apple,...
  • Interview: Regina Spektor

    Interview: Regina Spektor
    Regina Spektor has performed in Chicago numerous times, including a Lollapalooza stint in 2007, but while she’s in town you won’t find her at the clubs favored by the Rihanna-Katy Perry-Ke$ha set. Instead, before her performance Wednesday at...
  • Album review: Gary Clark Jr., 'Blak and Blu'

    Album review: Gary Clark Jr., 'Blak and Blu'
    2.5 stars (out of 4) Gary Clark Jr., a 28-year-old Texan, makes his major-label debut under a mountain of hype: He’s been called everything from the “next Hendrix” to a “blues savior.” No pressure, right? He’s not...