The star plays the mother of a boy (Jacob Tremblay) with facial deformities.
The actor-director, who plays Hercule Poirot in the new remake, witnessed the city’s “passionate commitment to the arts” at a 1990 theater festival.
Julian May, who wrote 19 science-fiction and fantasy novels and more than 250 young-adult nonfiction books, has died at 86.
Alfred A. Knopf says that “Spy of the First Person” will be released Dec. 5.
The Irish star of “Goodbye Christopher Robin” couldn’t stay away from the “amazing” Art Institute.
This Quixote — a creation of the past who is very much in touch with the present — engages members of the audience in ways that are funny & charming.
While remaining silent about her late father, the former Playboy exec freely discusses issues of sexuality with ‘Naughty Nineties’ author David Friend
Local photographer Dawoud Bey and community leader Rami Nashasibi are among the 24 people chosen for the $625,000 award.
“I really went hard” for the Cubs project, says fan Shane Abbess, who used to get tapes of the World Series shipped to his boyhood home Down Under.
Music mogul Clive Davis’ best-selling memoir, “The Soundtrack of My Live,” has now been turned into a new documentary, “The Soundtrack of Our Lives.”
The University of Illinois obtains a collection of papers from Chicago poet/publisher Haki Madhubuti, founder of the Third World Press Foundation.
Australian director eyes the “Groundhog Day” star and lifelong Cubs fan for film based on David Ross’ memoir.
The book comes with five CDs containing 52 total songs, including 19 new, unreleased or demo versions and unreleased photos.
Facebook host/podcaster Matt Bellassai says his book includes essays about “all those tiny embarrassing moments” from his south suburban upbringing.