I knew there would be some backlash to Beyonce’s Super Bowl 50 half-time performance, but the growing controversy has surpassed even my expectations. This Quartz article captures it perfectly: Beyoncé’s powerful Super Bowl was targeted and tailored specifically to black Americans. Related… Read More ›
Arts and Culture
Open your eyes. See what’s in front of your face. Save me my fist full of tears.
It is well documented that Carl Jung suffered a prolonged nervous breakdown after his fracture with Sigmund Freud. This was especially painful for Jung since Freud had previously called Jung “his adopted eldest son, his crown prince and successor”. Psychoanalysis… Read More ›
An unexpectedly beautiful collaboration between Yo-Yo Ma and Lil Buck.
This is another thing. Another thing. In another country. With me, I want you to be ferocious. ~Sabina Spielrein to Dr. Carl Jung, A Dangerous Method (2011)
Bringing Classical Music to Life** Chicago Sinfonietta showcased an amazing trio of powerful female artists at the De Los Muertos (Day of the Dead) performance on Monday, November 11th at the Chicago Symphony Center. I have season tickets but that one performance… Read More ›
I am really looking forward to seeing the return of Othello with Joffrey Ballet this Saturday. Othello is passionate and powerful contemporary dance theatre that tells the dramatic story of the Venetian Moor, his beloved Desdemona, and the conniving Iago,… Read More ›