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PREVIOUS CONTRIBUTORS • Emmy-winning Napa Valley chef Michael Chiarello was a finalist in Bravo’s Top Chef Masters and is about to see the release of a new cookbook. Michael Chiarello’s Bottega collects 100 recipes that reflect his Southern Italian heritage. It’s fitting that his restaurant Bottega means “artist’s workshop” in Italian, as it’s clear that Chiarello is always at work. He also continues to expand his NapaStyle brand of cookware and release


award-winning wines from his label, Chiarello Family Vineyards.


• The work of Drew Struzan, the artist behind indelible movie posters for Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade and Star Wars, is celebrated in an all- new book from Titan Publishing.


• Renowned scholar Stephen Greenblatt has just released his latest hardcover, Shakespeare’s Freedom—a collection of lectures that has been lauded as a “wholly original and eloquent meditation by the most acclaimed and influential Shakespearean of our time.” The book is available through University of Chicago Press.


• Glen Phillips is currently touring with his band Toad the Wet Sprocket ... Lois Lowry has just released a brand-new book, The Birthday Ball ... Top Chef winner Stephanie Izard opened a new restaurant, Girl and the Goat, in west Chicago ... Food writer Michael Ruhlman released the reference book Ratio and co- authored Michael Symon’s Live to Cook ... Golf course architect Forrest Richardson is finishing a new project in Sweden.


Aidan 5 (2010)


DANCES FOR HEATHER by Peter Adams $4.99, iTunes After turning the heads of NPR and Spin with two self-released albums, Peter Adams defies expectations once more with this beautifully layered three-song EP commissioned for the Cincinnati Ballet. Dances For Heather is as subtly complex as Adams’ previous works and a compelling reminder that his work is suited for any stage.


MORNING AFTER CUTS by Skybox $8.91, iTunes Chicago-based Skybox has risen quickly, most recently bringing their special brand of electro- pop to Lollapalooza. Anchored by their infectious single “In a Dream,”Morning After Cuts is like a dream itself—one that stays with you long after it’s over.


AIDAN 5: THE WEB SERIES Free, www.aidan5.com Watch the first few seconds of Aidan 5’s hastily-scribbled backgrounds and black- and-white brooding, and it’s clear that this Web series has grander ambitions than simply drawing comparisons to Sin City or Blade Runner. Based on a short film


that was a winner of the 48-Hour Film Project and an entry in the Cannes Film Festival, Aidan 5 continues to expand its dystopian vision. While creator John


Jackson’s influences are obvious, he succeeds in crafting a cybernoir that’s all its own—a shadowed world dripping with ink and blood. Clever and engaging without betraying its micro- budget, Aidan 5 weaves a mystery that we hope is worth unraveling from week to week.


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