Performing Arts Review,
Apr 18, 2013
Tarell Alvin McCraney's
Head of Passes puts a payment down on future masterpieces.
by Tony Adler
Performing Arts Review, The Brother/Sister Plays, Tarell Alvin McCraney, Steppenwolf Theatre Company, Louisiana, Head of Passes, Mississippi River, Gulf of Mexico, Job, King Lear, Tina Landau, Alana Arenas, Jacqueline Williams, Glenn Davis, Chris Boykin, Kyle Beltran, Recommended
Feb 13, 2013
Some mixtapes are so great they demand to be replayed before you finish listening to the entire thing; Kevin Gates's new
The Luca Brasi Story is one of those mixtapes.
by Leor Galil
Hip-Hop, Music, Kevin Gates, rap, hip-hop, Louisiana, Baton Rouge, Danny Brown, XXX, Tree, Sunday School, Jeremih, Late Nights With Jeremih, Video
Aug 9, 2011
A dazzling double CD collects all 34 tracks recorded by Cajun accordionist and singer Amede Ardoin for the first time.
May 4, 2011
In their documentary "Veins in the Gulf," Elizabeth Coffman and Ted Hardin document the ecological and cultural loss of Louisiana's wetlands, exacerbated by the BP oil spill and hurricanes. They screen the film for free Wednesday 5/4 at Columbia College.
by Ed M. Koziarski
Film, Free Shit, Environment, Eco, Swag, Elizabeth Coffman, Ted Hardin, Martha Serpas, BP, oil, spill, gulf, mexico, louisiana, wetlands, hurricane, katrina, gustav, cajun, veins in the gulf, columbia college, loyola university, film row cinema, nancy tuchman, Video
Nov 29, 2010
Hollywood producer and Chicago native Michael Shamberg joins his comrades from the Vietnam-era radical video collective Raindance Corporation for their first-ever reunion Tuesday, Nov. 30 at Loyola University.
by Ed M. Koziarski
Lit & Lectures, Film, Free Shit, Swag, Books, Michael Shamberg, Raindance, corporation, reunion, Elizabeth Coffman, Loyola University, radical software, media activism, Republican, democrat, national, convention, City News Bureau, Time Magazine, Steven Soderbergh, Matt Damon, Contagion, Pulp Fiction, Erin Brockovich, New York, San Francisco, TVTV, Veins in the Gulf, Louisiana, wetlands
Dec 15, 2008
Does Illinois lead the nation in political corruption, or despite Governor Blagojevich, is it just a wannabe?
by Michael Miner
News, News Bites, Illinois, Slate, Rod Blagojevich, New York Times, USA Today, Jacob Weisberg, Political corruption, Louisiana, North Dakota, Talk of the Nation, Evan Mecham, Fife Symington