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  1. Happy tenth to the city's best restaurant . . . in the suburbsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 8 | Chicago Reader

    It's arguable which restaurant has been the city's most influential over the past 25 years-Trotter's, Alinea , Frontera , Blackbird -but there's no doubt what restaurant has been most important for the suburbs for the past decade: Vie in Western Springs.

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  2. 12 O'Clock Track: 'Naki Kyoku' is a groovy stoner-rock...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 8 | Chicago Reader

    I really love genre-bending Japanese metal trio Boris , and am overjoyed to be going to see them for the first time in years on Sunday night.

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  3. Show us your Ibsen, and the rest of this week's screeningsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 8 | Chicago Reader

    Jonathan Demme hasn't made a dramatic feature since his acclaimed Rachel Getting Married , though his latest film, A Master Builder , has so many competing levels of authorship-it was adapted by Wallace Shawn from the Ibsen play, and staged over a period of many years by theater director Andre Gregory-that the finished product probably has more in ... (more)

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  4. Reporters talk schools and journalism in the Age of RahmRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 8 | Chicago Reader

    This week's First Tuesdays show at the Hideout should be required viewing for any man or woman foolish enough-I mean passionate enough-to want to pursue in a career in journalism.

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  5. Reader's Agenda Fri 8/8: Blowout Sale and Block Party, Ginza Festival, and Adults Night OutRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 8 | Chicago Reader

    The Arts of Life Blowout Sale and Block Party gives Chicago artists and designers a chance to display their work and, hopefully, make some money off it.

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  6. Key Ingredient: Takashi Yagihashi puts a Japanese spin on an Italian delicacyRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 27, 2014 | Chicago Reader

    Bottarga, the pressed and dried roe sac of gray mullet or tuna, is an Italian delicacy that hasn't entirely caught on in the U.S. - possibly because it commands prices upwards of $100 a pound.

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  7. The ongoing Chilean new wave yields Flying FishRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 7 | Chicago Reader

    The Summer of Flying Fish , which begins a weeklong run tomorrow at Facets Multimedia , isn't the best new Chilean film to play here this year.

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  8. Make-Overs head back to South Africa after a send-off at the HideoutRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 7 | Chicago Reader

    South Africa's Make-Overs , a gnarly and noisy two-piece, arrived in Chicago to play Do-Division Festival at the very end of May, and after over two months of touring around the country, they play one more show tomorrow at the Hideout before heading back to their homeland.

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  9. Travel to Shapers' Pierce Islands at the Burlington tonightRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 7 | Chicago Reader

    Four years ago local experimental-rock outfit Shapers self-released their debut full-length, Little, Big , and tonight they're headlining the Burlington to celebrate the release of their follow-up, Pierce Islands .

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  10. Piccolo Theatre founder John Szostek has resignedRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 7 | Chicago Reader

    Evanston's Piccolo Theatre announced Wednesday that its founder and longtime head, John Szostek, "has resigned from the organization effective immediately."

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  11. 12 O'Clock Track: The Pentaject Corporation's creepy 'Blackmail Stretch'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 7 | Chicago Reader

    Combing through the latest e-mail blast from Permanent Records I came across a listing for Blackmail Stretch , an EP from a defunct local postpunk outfit called the Pentaject Corporation.

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  12. 12 O'Clock Track: 'Buddy' is nostalgic emo-pop-punk from All DogsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 1 | Chicago Reader

    All Dogs from Columbus, Ohio are playing at Township tonight , and it's probably a show you should go and see.

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  13. The Paper Machete tries out new talentRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 1 | Chicago Reader

    On a Saturday in late July, Christopher Piatt, a bald gentlemen in a plain white T-shirt and a pair of sparkly studs, took the stage at the Green Mill to hilariously lip sync Betty Hutton's jazz standard "Murder, He Says."

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  14. Presents of the Lords, and the rest of this week's screeningsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 1 | Chicago Reader

    Lord Thing , screening next Thursday at Gene Siskel Film Center as part of the Black Harvest Film Festival, is a 1970 documentary about the Chicago street gang the Conservative Vice Lords, whose late-60s campaign to reinvent themselves as a positive social force in the city's blighted Lawndale neighborhood was derailed by the first Mayor Daley.

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  15. Reader's Agenda Fri 8/1: Lollapalooza, Give Me 500, and Black Harvest Film FestivalRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 1 | Chicago Reader

    They're coming in from the suburbs, all over the Midwest, and probably the coasts all for Lollapalooza this weekend.

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  16. Cocktail Challenge: Cheez-ItsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 31 | Chicago Reader

    "It's kind of ironic," Matty Colston says, that just a few days before bartender Lee Zaremba of Billy Sunday challenged him to create a cocktail with Cheez-Its, "I went on a huge rant about how much I love Cheez-Its," prompted by a friend complaining that his son had scattered the crackers all over his car.

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  17. Cantaloupe cocktails: To foam or not to foam?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 31 | Chicago Reader

    Last week I bought a cantaloupe and promptly forgot about it until several days later, when the ripeness that had made me choose it in the first place was threatening to approach rotten.

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  18. Local rapper Blake doesn't like your boyfriend, but you might like his new videoRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 31 | Chicago Reader

    Local rapper Blake Gardner spent years releasing music as Jams Dean, but recently he decided to dump the name and just go by Blake-just Blake.

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  19. There's nothing in the air at Piko RikoRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 31 | Chicago Reader

    Each morning, at around nine or ten, the atmosphere on the blocks surrounding the intersection of Montrose and Troy in Albany Park is saturated with the narcotic aroma of roasting chicken.

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  20. 'Picturing Logan Square' showcases turn-of-the-(last)-century imagesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 31 | Chicago Reader

    According to Logan Square Preservation president Andrew Schneider, this was taken in 1915.

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