Reader's Agenda Tue 2/4: Read/Write Library, Jack Name, and The Phantom of the Opera



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Everyone's all up in arms about the end of 'net neutrality, but if you think about it, that’s sort of what’s been going on in publishing for, like, ever. The Read/Write Library archives independent and small-press media, "housing an all-inclusive collection of Chicago-related media produced by and for the community." Check out their pop-up display at the Museum of Contemporary Art.

Kevin Warwick recommends going to see Jack Name, the latest side project from lo-fi experimental musician John Webster Johns, tonight at the Empty Bottle. "Be ready to get strange," he writes in Soundboard. Dent May headlines.

In the mood for theater? Tony Adler recommends The Phantom of the Opera, currently in production at the Cadillac Theater, "a Phantom for people who never liked Phantom."

For more on these events and others, check out the Reader's daily Agenda page.

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