David Carr at the New York Times reports on how former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin has made herself a successful–and wealthy– brand since the 2008 presidential campaign–when know-it-all pundits told her to go back to Alaska and study up on the issues.
What we see at Chicago Shakespeare is a pre-Broadway production that is not just safe for the skeptical. It’s a significant leap in artistic quality over its sources, which it respects, while also providing a clear, resonant, and unique voice of its own.
Rick Hahn and Ken Williams — remember him? — get a free pass after disastrous White Sox season because Reinsdorf adores them.
The two sites, which opened Friday, are at 191 N. Clark St. and on the sixth floor at 69 W. Washington St.