In This Issue:
The last mass at St. Patrick’s Roman Catholic Church, Emslie and Seymour streets, was held on December 27, 1981.
The senator talks about her legislative priorities and her Twitter war with the president.
In 2006, This Day and Age, an indie rock band—though these days they might be remembered by some as an emo band—from Buffalo, New York abruptly broke up.
Sarah Myers’s new paintings currently at Eleven Twenty Projects seem to be saying: “Where do we go from here?”
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21
If you’re so inclined, you can regard Joe Wright’s Darkest Hour as an unintended complement to Christopher Nolan’s recent epic Dunkirk.
But what about the worms?
For decades, Universal Studios has been trying—and failing—to launch a remake of Creature from the Black Lagoon.
Michael Niman gives us a reminder of what to expect…
Trump is correct, there is a definite bias against the Republican Party. It’s called quantifiable reality.
A local state senator wants to eliminate the state tax credit that has given rise to a legitimate local film industry.
What happens now to the bank Wilmers transformed from a Rust Belt operation to a regional institution valued at $120 billion?