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On the eve of a major release (Noble Beast, out January 20th on Fat Possum), musician-on-the-verge Andrew Bird, 35, opens up about pseudo fame, bipolar lifestyles, and what it takes to write the perfect pop song Read more
In the 100 years since the Cubs won a World Series, the underachieving team has managed a single unmitigated triumph: inspiring the play Bleacher Bums. On this centennial, we look back at the creation of that memorable drama. Read more
For years, Laurence Booth, one of the city's most widely acclaimed architects, championed low-scale buildings and decried "antihuman" high-rises. Now he has designed three towers and has a fourth under construction. Why? "We have to make some huge changes in this country," he says. Read more
We went. We shot. We conquered. Here's a look at Lolla in pictures—everything from bands to crowds to tats to street style. Read more
PJ Paparelli, the former head of Perseverance Theatre, Alaska's only professional troupe, makes the cross-continental move to claim his new role as artistic director of American Theater Company. Read more
In his new book, Peter Sagal, the smart and impish host of NPR's “Wait Wait . . . Don't Tell Me!”, turns his attention to porn, gluttony, swingers' clubs, and other forms of behavior that he'd never, ever have the nerve to do on his own. Read more