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A new documentary explores the world of beer-lovers and it doesn't matter at all that it was funded by Pilsner-Urquell. [Read More]
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This weekend Alabama transplant KC Ortiz performs at a showcase hosted by local label Futurehood, which supports gay and trans musicians of color. [Read More]
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In 2006, Linda Lutton and Catrin Einhorn explored the town's busy season and spoke with the workers who pack the pumpkin, most of whom come... [Read More]
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Income from ads, sponsorship, and operations was up while losses were down. [Read More]
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Real estate broker and Art Institute docent Terri Franklin doesn't need permission to dress up. "Don't hesitate to wear something you love." [Read More]
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The current book obsessions of Reader editor-in-chief Anne Elizabeth Moore and writer, comedian, and artist Salem Collo-Julin. [Read More]
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The 1960s-era souvenir machines are about dwelling in the perpetual rather than the past. [Read More]
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Or how gag cartoonist Ken Krimstein took the plunge into midcentury philosophy. [Read More]
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Even after the story runs out, it's still a joy to watch. [Read More]
Although the songs are out of tune, his absurdist, irreverent humor is still intact. [Read More]
The two-person cast plays a multitude of characters with infinite energy. [Read More]
But it's a serious contender in the little-meats game. [Read More]
And some for progressives, too. [Read More]
Tips for getting into bondage without being a menace or a creep. Plus: Dan issues the fastest DTMFA ever! [Read More]
Artist and poet Karen Finley on hope and Trump. [Read More]
After a community cleanup in Englewood, volunteers end up in violent confrontation with dozens of cops. [Read More]
Harrison David Rivers's new play looks at love in the time of Black Lives Matter. [Read More]
The time, place, and motives are unclear in the humorless production. [Read More]
From new queens to Drag Race alums, there's room for everybody. [Read More]
Instead Alderman Brian Hopkins announced he'd already introduced a zoning ordinance to protect the beloved bar. [Read More]
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