Arts & Entertainment

Long, soft pink and red brush strokes blend together to create a man playing a seperewa — a stringed African instrument. Deep blues and blacks cast a somber shadow upon his hands and face, creating …

Arts & Entertainment

When people think of books, the first thing that may pop into their head is mass-produced paperbacks, Barnes and Noble bookstores or even cozy independent bookstores. But there is another side to book culture that …

A Page Turner

As I continue to settle into my apartment months after I moved in, I’ve started to uncover items I thought were long gone. A disposable film camera, backup headphones and even old (and rather cringey) …

Books

With cold and dismal weather approaching, it’s time for readers to get their hands on a book that will keep them occupied during the fall and winter seasons. As the wind howls outside and rain …

Arts & Entertainment

If any group of musicians knows how to transport its fans into a romantic world of black and white, it’s Cigarettes After Sex. The band took the stage Oct. 17 at Thalia Hall (1807 S. …

Events

Uplifting music and the pattering of rain on white tent tops filled the air outside of the Granville CTA Red Line stop this weekend. Art ranging from paintings and photographs to jewelry and sculpture flooded …

A Page Turner

When it was announced that Maragaret Atwood was going to be writing a sequel to “The Handmaid’s Tale,” I flipped out. I was in the midst of binge-watching the entire TV show for the fourth …

Music

Fans clumsily packed themselves into a crowded Metro (3720 N. Clark St.) Sep. 28 to watch indie pop artist Clairo do what she does best — provide a chill environment and mellow tunes. The show …