One of Miles Davis’ solos was like a “religious experience.” “It was the best thing that ever happened to me,” he confides, “better than sex, better than any drug I ever took.” With that he finishes his cigarette and heads inside.
by Olivia Dorow Hovland •
Contempo, the UofC’s contemporary chamber music collective, tackled history and reinvention in an ambitious performance at the Logan Center on Saturday night.
by Jack Nuelle •
Inside the United Church of Hyde Park, sloping arabesque pillars frame the altar where Cincinnati chamber folk outfit The Happy Maladies are preparing for soundcheck.
by Katherine Jinyi Li •
Chicago-based party collaborative Dale Shine knows there’s no better way to bring people together than a cozy space and good music.
by Taro Matsuno •
Muddy Waters’ old home is falling apart, and may face demolition. How did it come to this?
by Ari Feldman •
For those who seek the Brown Derby Jazz Revue, it’s kind of hard to find.
by Stephen Urchick •
The Coffee Alley, just opened this past December, is the newest addition to the cluster of restaurants and businesses at the intersection of Racine and Taylor. It’s a slick space.
by Jamison Pfeifer •
Amongst the terraced houses of Pullman, sits the home of the Cooperation Operation, or, more colloquially, the “Co-op Op,” a fledgling urban farm and activist group currently in the process of becoming a 501(c)(3). On Saturday night, the group hosted…