November is Native American heritage month; check out some of the offerings in the Chicago area to learn more about Native American history.
National Archives, Chicago: Several hundred cubic feet of records are housed in the Chicago facility that documents …Read More
Hunger Makes Me a Modern Girl is Carrie Brownstein’s latest project—a vivid memoir of her early life in the Pacific Northwest, and the creation (and eventual demise) of her band Sleater-Kinney.
She goes into detail on her early life …Read More
Mindy Kaling’s much-anticipated follow-up to Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me (And Other Concerns) was released in September to much fanfare, and a spot on the bestseller list right away.
Why Not Me? will appeal to fans of the author …Read More
Aziz Ansari probably isn’t the first person you’d go to for dating advice, unless you’ve read this book. Unlike the usual books written by comedians, Modern Romance tells the statistical tale of mostly heterosexual relationships, specifically those of middle-class, university-educated …Read More
The Library of Congress has appointed Juan Felipe Herrera as the 21st Poet Laureate of the United States. Herrera is the son of migrant farm workers from Mexico, and has a wide range of poetry from his reflections on his …Read More