Monthly Archives: August 2015

Review for Assassination Theater: Hillel Levin Explores Chicago Outfit Connections to JFK’s Death

“If you think Oswald acted alone, you’re nuts.” I glanced over my shoulder. The man sitting behind us on the Metra looked like an extra from American Hustle. Dressed in a 1970s powder-blue suit a size too small, with a … Continue reading

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C is for Cocktail: How to Conjugate “Cocktail” as per F. Scott Fitzgerald

Hey everyone! I’m still busy working on my Assassination Theater review, so I thought I’d post something quick and fun for you all today…   Lately I’ve been flipping through a book called Lists of Note: An Eclectic Collection Deserving … Continue reading

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Update: Assassination Theater

So I saw the play last night, but unfortunately I think I’m going to have to take a few days to craft a review. It’ll be coming soon, however! 🙂  Just wanted to let you all know… UPDATE: You can … Continue reading

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Update: Assassination Theater Review Coming Soon

A few weeks ago, I was approached to write a review for a  local theatre company here in Chicago. The name of the company is Assassination Theater, and they’re putting on a “theatrical investigation” of the Chicago mafia’s supposed connection … Continue reading

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It’s Got Spirit: “American Spirits,” a Prohibition Exhibit at the MOHAI…and may soon be at a museum near YOU!

A few days ago I was in Seattle visiting a friend when a poster caught my eye. It was for a museum exhibit at the MOHAI, Seattle’s very own Museum of History and Industry, called American Spirits: the Rise and Fall of … Continue reading

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