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Pop & HissThe Los Angeles band blends performance, music and visual art Near the end of "Live Sprawl," the Lucky Dragons' performance at the Geffen Contemporary at MOCA last month, a sly, silly orgiastic scene broke out, like something lifted from Woody......
Tribune staff reporterDepending on whom you asked in 1952, the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Avery Coonley estate in Riverside was an aging landmark or a developer's gold mine. But to Carolyn Howlett and her husband, both driven artists who admired Wright's flair, it looked...
Special to the TribuneIn 1975, long before he became a household name, Jeff Koons spent a year in Chicago as a student at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, as well as a studio assistant to Ed Paschke. "I believe it's really important that you're able, in art, to...
The Oldest We've Ever Been: Seven True Stories of Midlife Transitions Edited by Maud Lavin University of Arizona Press, 208 pages, $15.95 paper A middle-age optimist sees the value of experience. A pessimist of the same age looks back with a sense of...
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Tribune National CorrespondentOh, Chicago, a native son seems forever lost in the fantasyland that's "the happiest place on earth." Fifty years after Chicago-born Walt Disney changed American culture yet again by opening the Disneyland theme park, hardly anyone remembers where the...
Tribune staff reporter2½ stars (out of 4) "Virile" isn't a word one usually ascribes to women, but for the young, athletic, leotard-clad wrestlers who are the subjects of the documentary "Lipstick & Dynamite," words like "built" and "energetic" just won't do. "Sexy," of...
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Staff reporterGreg Adamski, Adamski & Conti 312-332-7800 www.adamskiandconti.com ******************************************* Ginger Zee, NBC5 NOT A HEMLINE, A "HEMP-LINE" Exotic, Eco-Luxe Fashions and TV Star Will Headline Special Tea Event WHAT:...
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Tribune staff reporterWho are the everyday Chicagoans whose glowing, 50-foot-tall faces peer out from the Crown Fountain's twin steel and glass towers, slowly blinking and smiling at the city like benevolent giants? Good question -- and more on that later. But another...
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Tribune staff reporterBeing one of the Crown Fountain faces may be considered cool these days, but back when it was time to create that particular sub-community of Chicagoans, Mery Palarea-Lobos, 34 -- who is from Guatemala and recently graduated from the arts administration...
Tribune staff reporterTen years ago, Sylvia Conroe packed her favorite pantsuits, turtlenecks, teapot and cookie tins and left her Milburn, N.J., home. Recently widowed, she had decided the time was right to make a big change: a move to the North Shore Retirement Hotel in...
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Tribune art criticEd Paschke, 65, one of the most celebrated Chicago-born painters for three decades and an artist known as much for his generosity as for his work, died in his sleep at his North Side home, apparently on the morning of Thursday, Nov. 25. Paschke's body...
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