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On a Monday night flight that originated in Barranquilla, Colombia, Abel Quintana landed in Chicago and the new world of opportunity created suddenly by his son's baseball career. Out of nowhere over the weekend, Jose Quintana arrived as a major league...
Tags: Chris Sale, Philip Humber, Jake Peavy, John Danks, Gavin Floyd
Just when the chef memoir had started tasting a little overly familiar — the long struggles to cook their food their way, the breakthrough review, the stove burns, the final 60 pages where nothing much happens but happiness and prosperity —...
LA Times MagazineShe's selling out concerts and inspiring fervent devotion, but Japan’s Hatsune Miku is virtually a star...
World NowWhat’s more irresistible to China's propaganda machine than an American reporter in a red hard hat? An American reporter in a Peking opera costume. These were among the hard journalistic lessons learned on a weekend bus tour arranged by the media...
— Moving from Chicago's South Side to a public housing development in this city of 32,000 was a major culture shock for Keona Lee. For one thing, she never expected to find a truancy officer at her door, asking why her second-grade daughter had...
Glendale officials may not be able to block the state from selling the Alex Theatre, but they can prevent a future buyer from turning the historic cultural site into a church or other type of venue they don't want at the prominent downtown location. Last...
Tags: Politics, Arts and Culture, Jerry Brown, Google+, Lobbying
Hartford CourantThe Greater Hartford Arts Council announced its study of the economic impact of the not-for-profit arts and culture industry in the region, reporting that the arts/culture industry generated $230.4 million in annual economic activity — supporting 6,...
Another opening, another show, another success. Festival of Arts officials announced at the annual membership meeting in the Festival Forum Theatre that the 2012 season was both a financial and artistic triumph. Moreover, the festival's permanent...
More than $500,000 will go to 13 Chicago non-profit cultural organizations from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation’s International Connections Fund. The resources will enable recipients “to conduct collaborations with arts...
Baltimore voters were poised to approve four charter amendments Tuesday, including one to move city elections to the same years that the nation chooses a president. The city would hold its next election in 2016, under one of the changes leading by...
She seemed embarrassed to tell me that she's voting for Mitt Romney, as if the admission might suggest that she'd been hiding racist leanings during our long friendship. Four years ago, she voted for Barack Obama and made sure then that I knew it. She...
News this past weekend that the Colony Theatre faced imminent closure amid a sea of red ink took Burbank by surprise — and that in no small part is what's so troubling. In the so-called Media City — which, by the way, has an Art in Public...
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