77 Square Arts coverage
"Lake Superior Flavors" is a beautifully photographed food guide of the Circle Tour. Brandon Byers' "Everyday Fermentation Handbook" celebrates microbes.
Yi has been working on "A Fragile Permanence" for weeks in the museum's State Street Gallery.
The playful "Making Adjustments" will be on display in the James Watrous Gallery through this weekend.
Stoppard’s absurdist fantasy cribs liberally from "The Importance of Being Earnest." At APT, the same actors from that play reprise their parts here.
Shaw's "Doctor's Dilemma" at American Players Theatre takes on contemporary issues about healthcare in the form of a melodrama.
The musical theater company helps re-open Union Theater with 'Kiss Me, Kate!'
The porcupine on the cover of “Dear Committee Members” is likely the spirit animal of Professor Jason Fitger, the book’s beleaguered narrator and the invention of the sardonic mind of author Julie Schumacher.
Sunday, Aug. 17
Marja Mills’ memoir, “The Mockingbird Next Door,” tells of the friendship that Mills cultivated with Harper Lee and her sister, Alice, in their Southern hometown. Mills was sent by the Chicago Tribune to report on Harper Lee’s life in 2001, a life that Lee had chosen to live outside of the spotlight after the huge success of her lone novel, 1960’s “To Kill a Mockingbird.”
Just Read It is a regular feature in which the State Journal seeks recommendations from authors, literary enthusiasts and experts, focused on the contributor’s particular genre of expertise.
About 10 years ago, I came across a list of the top 100 novels according to Random House’s Modern Library Board. Seemed like a good time to fill out some of the gaps in my education, so I attacked a few of the novels with zeal.
"At Home in Wisconsin" focuses on the famed Regionalist painter John Steuart Curry and his decade in Wisconsin.