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  • Weekend: Eat. Drink. Do.

    Weekend: Eat. Drink. Do.
    Beer fest, '90s game night and more things to do in Chicago this weekend, March 6-8.
  • 'Chic-a-Go-Go' keeps the party going for 1,000th episode

    'Chic-a-Go-Go' keeps the party going for 1,000th episode
    Sunday afternoon. Upstairs at The Promontory, the new restaurant/performance venue in Hyde Park, just off 53rd Street. You weren't there. Where were you? You should have been there, but you weren't. Rahm wasn't there, either. Also, the president...

    That the shredder is a she needs no apology

    That the shredder is a she needs no apology
    "Well, I haven't seen that as: 'You play like a man!' But if I was going to dissect that statement, it is both, it's intended to be complimentary, and it is sexist," says guitarist Annie Clark of St. Vincent, in a 2012 interview with Internet zine Coup de...

    Twin Peaks is peaking at the right time

    Twin Peaks is peaking at the right time
    The four North Side Chicagoans in Twin Peaks still aren't of legal drinking age, but they've got their act together: a do-it-yourself approach that has led to two albums, an international tour, a well-received appearance at the Pitchfork Music Festival...

    Beyond the actual exhibit, more Bowie events are all around us

    Beyond the actual exhibit, more Bowie events are all around us
    There was a time, a fleeting moment last year, when the staff at the Museum of Contemporary Art figured it could be subtle about "David Bowie Is," opening Tuesday. They thought the show itself was so literally flashy and large that they didn't need to...