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Oprah Winfrey was back to interviewing A-list stars Wednesday in Chicago just like the old days, only this time it was pop star Justin Bieber at RL restaurant rather than Harpo Studios and it was for OWN’s “Oprah’s Next Chapter”...
Like the creeping tinsel at the mall, holiday shows in Chicago seem to start earlier each year. This season, it was “White Christmas” at the Marriott Theatre in Lincolnshire even before the trick-or-treaters had ventured forth from their...
Anthony Santos used to work out at his gym in New York’s Chelsea neighborhood relatively unrecognized. Other than the gym’s Latino staff members, few ever noticed the Bronx native. That changed three years ago when ads featuring Santos —...
Remarkable how two words, scribbled nearly a century ago about a 16-year-old Lake Forest debutante, can evoke a whole country, its hypocrisies and promises, its aspirations and crushing realities. Last week, the University of South Carolina posted...
Tags: Leonardo DiCaprio, Literature, Lindsay Lohan, Arts, Paris Hilton
There's something inspiring about choosing a school for academic reasons, then not abandoning it when you become a star athlete and others try to lure you away with visions of grandeur. Robert Cartwright is a junior point guard at La Canada Flintridge...
Rascal Flatts has sold more than 21 million records and was the top-selling act of 2006, according to Nielsen, but Gary LeVox, lead singer of the country music trio known for such hits as “What Hurts the Most” and “My Wish,” said...
Tags: Wrigley Field, Music, Miley Cyrus, Entertainment, Twitter, Inc.
On this topic, the legendary Paul McCartney was right on the money: There's no way that the world has had enough of silly love songs. And what's wrong with that? Music won't add inches to your waistline, like a box of chocolates will. It won't wither...
Tags: Paul McCartney, Peter Gabriel, Taylor Swift, Music, Barry White
It was a rough weekend to be a concert critic, a thankless job that doesn't come with a congenial pat-on-the-back — even when you like something. In my case, this past weekend will go down in history as the occasion when I actually enjoyed a...
Tags: Music, Amway Center, !!! (music group), Entertainment, Amway
The U.S. Census Bureau reports there are some 316 million Americans, which translates to about 632 million human hands. Sadly, even those aren't enough hands to properly salute all the nominees for April's Moutza of the Month. The Washington press...
Last week, the subject of rap came up in the newsroom. I don't listen to it much anymore, but I used to. It got me thinking about all of the different kinds of music I've enjoyed over the years. Come with me on a musical blast-from-the-past. Sing along if...
I wasn't sure what to expect when I created my twitter account less than a year ago. I thought, "How is this going to be any different than Facebook?" Now, 536 followers later (between a few accounts), I know the difference. When I was in elementary...
Tags: Social Media, Animals, Israel
NEW YORK — There are shows that revive aging material through revisionism. And there are productions that prefer to celebrate the pull of nostalgia, especially when the songs are great. "Pippin," the brilliant Diane Paulus revival of the...
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