Like so many electronic- and dance-music collectives, the Chicago group Mahjongg is difficult to label. Their new, second album, Kontpab, blends a host of electronic and synthesized textures and sounds, but it also prominently features a strong whiff of Afro-beat rhythms...
Although the ’90s largely killed the commercial hopes of hyper-polished, hard-rock bands of their ilk, Bon Jovi weathered the bad times, and although these days the group doesn’t move albums like they did in their late-’80s heyday, they still release number one records without breaking a sweat. Their latest . . .
Here’s a Valentine’s Day option for the boyfriend or husband who’s completely stopped trying anymore: Take your loved one to a Milwaukee Admirals game. The hockey team plays the Chicago Wolves at 7 p.m. at the Bradley Center.
If you’re under 14 and you’ve always dreamed of owning a 1971 NCAA Championship Pennant, then you’re in luck: They’re handing them out for free today at the 5 p.m. Milwaukee Bucks/Washington Wizards game at the Bradley Center.