🐟 Fishing, family, and other toxic things

The Daily Reader

May 11, 2023

Fishing, family, and other things that are toxic but life-giving

An eclectic mix of people practice powerline fishing at Montrose Harbor, catching and eating coho salmon despite the health risks caused by pollution.
by Katie Prout | Read more

Review: Book Club: The Next Chapter
This one’s more of a mindless beach read than a Pulitzer Prize–winning page-turner.

by Marah Eakin | Read more →

Interrogating the body
This group show at Haynes Court invites you to experience sculpture with your whole body.

by Meg Reuland Read more →

Fritzi’s Delicatessen is a complete statement
Paul Stern’s pandemic project has quickly become an exemplary Ashkenazi Jewish deli in Oak Park.

by Jack Helbig Read more →

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May 4 – 17, 2023
Vol. 52, No. 15

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