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Tribune Staff WriterFor lovers of the American heartland, does it get any better than this: An Iowa community theater group doing a thoroughly entertaining production of "State Fair," the Rodgers & Hammerstein musical about an Iowa hog farmer and his family at the state...
Cox News ServiceYou best be clever if you live with bad weather about nine months of the year. Here, you can move through downtown, building to building, through the second-story Skyway System's glass-enclosed walkways. From Marshall Field's -- where you'll find the...
Tribune staff reporterOf course, the locals get irked when I refer to this place as "Brigadoon." They live here, in this tranquil college town, famed for its writing programs, a setting that combines the best of Paris in the '20s with the greenery and good food of the American...
Tribune staff reporterThis is a town with no traffic lights. In fact, there are no traffic lights in the entire county. House doors aren't locked at night. Car keys are routinely left in the ignition "in case somebody has to move it." There is no McDonald's here. No Wal-Mart....
Tags: Golf, Trout, Strawberries, Rivers, Fishing
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday April 10, 1998 Michael Moore is definitely a prankster, but calling him merry is stretching the point. Writer, director and protagonist of his own documentaries, a practiced performer who knows how to be amusing on camera, Moore is deadly...
South Florida Sun-Sentinel Pop Music WriterFour months after the telethon "A Tribute to Heroes," Americans staggered by the Sept. 11 attacks are still seeking comfort in song. Larry King now ends each nightly broadcast with music: Yolanda Adams sang "Never Give Up" in the CNN studio on Monday....
Tribune arts criticJazz legends Chick Corea and McCoy Tyner, cabaret divas Barbara Cook and Sylvia McNair and hip-hop performer Wyclef Jean will headline the Ravinia Festival's pop and jazz season, the Highland Park-based organization has announced. Jean's appearance, on...
Tribune staff reporterWith an accounting overhaul on the way, shareholder activists are beginning to renew the bitter battle over CEO compensation. But they still face daunting obstacles. Audit and accounting issues were the focus of most reform efforts that followed Enron...
Northeast MagazineThe lineup for the Sunken Garden Poetry Festival's 2002 season includes artists of great accomplishment who write words of stunning and serious beauty. Their resumes are impressive. Yusef Komunyakaa has won two of the world's top literary awards, the...
Tribune cultural criticTupperware may prove instructive here. When you think of how sex and the Midwest are juxtaposed in the public imagination, think of a Tupperware container. To seal the lid, you must run a couple of fingers along the edge, allowing the air inside to...
Tags: Ohio, Sinclair Lewis, Nebraska, Sex, New York
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