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Joe Berton was the greatest pitcher to ever climb a mound. And today, Joe Berton, a retired schoolteacher who lives in Oak Park and is 57 and Ichabod Crane spindly and does not swivel heads anymore, is a footnote to sports history. No, that's not quite...
The "Mona Lisa" is lying on the living room floor of a house in LaPorte, Ind. It was removed from the wall so that Barbara and Earl Miller could find room for another, larger painting, Edward Hopper's "Nighthawks." This "painting" and many others ...
Maymay Lam, who describes virtually growing up in her family's South Bend restaurant, cherishes memories of her mother playing music on the grand piano. “That was her piano,” the 21 year old says fondly. The instrument was silenced in 2007...
Tags: Republic of Ireland, Roseland, New York, Super Bowl, China
firstname.lastname@example.orgA new exhibit at the Washington County Arts Council promises to be mini-monumental. Scaled-down versions of public monuments created by sculptor Antonio Tobias Mendez will be part an upcoming WCAC “Triptych: The Mendez Artists,” which opens...
Theoni V. Aldredge, a preeminent costume designer in theater and film who created wardrobes for more than 300 productions over nearly 50 years, died Friday at a Connecticut hospice, said her husband, actor Tom Aldredge. She was 78. Know for her...
Tags: Academy Awards, Mia Farrow, Robert Redford, Halston, Greece
It's hard to imagine some of Vincent van Gogh's signature works without the vibrant strokes of yellow that brightened the sky in "Starry Night" and drenched his sunflowers in color. But the yellow hues in some of his paintings have mysteriously turned...
From the elegant galleries of the Art Institute of Chicago to the stately halls of the Field Museum, the blend of modern culture and modern museum management has created etiquette issues your grandmother's curator could not have imagined. Consider the...
Tribune staff reportersAs Mayor-elect Rahm Emanuel waved to an excited crowd at his election night victory party, another future Chicago leader stood with him. Amy Merritt Rule, Chicago's first lady in waiting, joined her husband on the stage, the first time she has done so...
Tribune reporterCan't find the perfect gift? Here are some of the best, and somewhat unknown, gift books published in 2010. These choices have lots of photos and are perfect to put on a coffee table as conversation starters or boredom relievers. In this list we have...
The Theater LoopFeel the heat outside? Well, it's hot at the Theater Loop. Each summer, we introduce you to a half-dozen or more young actors from the Chicago-area stage — our picks for future theatrical stardom. This time, we found so many......
Orlando Arts BlogThe Albin Polasek Museum opens a new exhibit on Wednesday, highlighting works by Charles Turzak, who lived in Orlando during his retirement. Among the art on display are depictions of Lake Eola and other scenes inspired by his time in Orlando. Here's an...
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