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Running at the snug Mercury Theater’s Venus Cabaret space, “Lady Day” stands as a showcase for Holiday and the actress playing her, Alexis J. Roston.
Man is unhappy that she refuses to consider or even talk about his proposal that they get a second dog.
Julianne Moore, Sebastian Stan head up brilliant cast of slick thriller set in New York.
Seats in the middle sections of auditoriums will cost an additional dollar or two, while seats in the front row will be slightly cheaper, the theater chain announced.
The cuts make up about 3% of Disney’s 220,000-person global workforce and come as the company beat Wall Street’s earnings forecasts.
The child’s horrified grandmother refuses to use the name and refers to the girl only as ‘little one.’
The 42-year-old Venezuelan conductor will be ending a heralded tenure with the Los Angeles Philharmonic that began in 2009.
The race should also attract many people from out of town — 65% of the expected 100,000 attendees — and fill up downtown hotel rooms and show scenic parts of downtown across the world to millions of viewers.
The sense of the over-the-top fantastical that should define the show’s core aesthetic is more shrugging than spectacular.
Woman is frustrated that, as her mother and father say they miss their grandchildren, they won’t drive 80 miles to see them.
As the $2 billion hit returns to theaters for its anniversary, here’s some flotsam and jetsam about James Cameron’s epic.
The outlook for this year’s Chicago Auto Show is bright as brands roll out new electric models and inventory is getting back to normal after pandemic, supply-chain disruptions.
$100 million South Shore film studio a step toward making Chicago ‘Hollywood of the Midwest,’ officials say
The 222,000-square-foot Regal Mile Studios is projected to open next year on a 7-acre parcel at South Chicago Avenue, Stony Island and 77th Street. The studio will have five soundstages, a gym, cafeteria and recreation space.
Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo is serious when it comes to putting humorous spin on classical dance
The company loves to spoof everything about ballet from its European origins to its formality and prissiness.
Meanwhile, a young male gorilla has headed off to St. Louis Zoo.
Birthday’s coming up for the girl who cut off communication with her father eight months ago because he criticized her favorite boy band.
The first winner for best spoken-word poetry album is Ivy’s ‘The Poet Who Sat by the Door.’
Lightfoot scolds rivals during testy mayoral forum for trying ‘to mansplain’ and ‘treat me like I’m some child’