Peter Gabriel rejoined Genesis—for an interview, not an album or a tour. Gabriel sat down with Phil Collins, Tony Banks and company to answer questions for BBC-TV documentary, released with previously unseen footage as Sum of the Parts on DVD and Blu-ray. With group and individual interviews and archival footage, Sum of the Parts provides an entertaining overview of a remarkable ...
Black and white and gray are the appropriate colors for Nina Bunjevac’s graphic memoir—gray for the moral twilight of her story and black and white as colors of faded memory. Her boldly imagined panels recount a childhood split between Canada and Yugoslavia during the Cold War
In business since 1978, Fritz’s Pub (3086 S. 20th St.) has
been a fixture among South Side Milwaukee bars with a reputation for its
Serbian burger. Come Fridays, Fritz’s serves one of the city’s best fish frys.
The cod is lightly battered and fried to a delicate crisp. The rye bread is
In the 1930s and ‘40s, movies usually drew their music from 19th century classical sources. In the 1950s, Hollywood composers turned to jazz. With film scores for The Man With the Golden Arm (1954), The Sweet Smell of Success (1957) and Walk on the Wild Side (1962) to his credit, Elmer Bernstein led the way. Little wonder that a jazz orchestra would turn to Bernstein’s re...