No song better captures the terrifying power of the Great Lakes than Lightfoot’s tragic, captivating rendering. It is a sonic and literary achievement, translating the sudden confusion, fear, and despair as the Edmund Fitzgerald is unable to weather a November storm.
In the 1970s, Chicago's Uptown neighborhood was a hotbed for people looking for something better—and their music.
A conversation with architecture and design critic Alexandra Lange on malls in America.
Josh Lipnik uses Twitter to document regional architecture and design.