The Gene Siskel Film Center will premiere Twohundredfiftysixcolors, a feature-length film comprised of 3,000 GIFs (aka those never-ending loops of images that you stare at for minutes on end).
At Quimby's Bookstore, Gilbert Hernandez, coauthor of the Love and Rockets comic book series, presents his new graphic novel Marble Season, a somewhat autobiographical account of his childhood. The Reader's Aimee Levitt spoke with Hernandez; check out her piece here.
Catch Pissed Jeans at Empty Bottle. "The Philly-based four-piece remain one of the best punk bands going on their latest album, Honeys (Sub Pop)," writes Kevin Warwick in Soundboard.
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