In his roles, he’s been stabbed, shot, chased off a cliff, tossed off a satellite dish, beheaded, exploded, killed by arrows, and drawn and quartered.
Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Muti soar in glorious program of Mozart, Haydn
In episode 6 of “Zebra Sisters,” the women discuss aging and “Black Panther.”
Thousands flocked to the Chicago River on Saturday to watch it turn bright green in honor of St. Patrick’s Day.
Despite tepid reviews, “Vertigo” has steadily grown in reputation over the years to become one of the most widely acknowledged masterpieces in film.
“I don’t think you can be too young to be exposed to music and to scientific concepts,” says the Field Museum’s Emily Graslie.
Four months ahead of filming, Vikander trained for an hour each day, incorporating martial arts, weight training and movement education.
Franklin also won’t appear April 28 at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival.
Actress Yara Shahidi wants young people to know that little by little, it’s possible to make a difference in the world.
The two-day summer music festival takes place at Oakwood Beach in Chicago’s Bronzeville neighborhood.
The CSO delivered vibrant, insightful performances of music by Haydn and Mozart, led by music director Riccardo Muti on Thursday night.
If you want your mouth to turn green to match the Chicago River, there will be plenty of green treats to sample all over Chicago this weekend.
Its final production turned out to “We’re Gonna Be Okay,” which closed on March 4.
Even though the story is set in the 1950s, it still holds relevance today, according to director Kevin Newbury.
Based on true events, the film counts the abusive childhood of Bart Millard from the popular Christian band MercyMe.