| Sep 20, 2013
| 12:30 PM
Zachary Quinto, Stephen Graham, Natalie Dormer and Adelaide Clemens are set to star in the indie drama "The Girl Who Invented Kissing."
Tom Sierchio writing and directing the pic.
"Veep" thesp Timothy Simons has already committed to the project.
| Aug 2, 2013
| 1:05 AM
We pulled up to a nondescript shed which sat at the edge of a rye field.
You sure this is the right place? asked my wife. She worries about many of my ideas, especially when they involve something like procuring bootleg whiskey.
Only one way to...
| Jul 30, 2013
A book will be published next month that showcases the history of Romeoville via a bevy of photos, from its sleepy beginnings linked to the hand-dug I&M Canal in the 19th century to its status as a bustling town today.
The book, simply titled...
| Jul 30, 2013
| 6:50 AM
Poco después de escapar de prisión en el 2001, el narcotraficante mexicano Joaquín "el Chapo" Guzmán intentó apoderarse de Nuevo Laredo, uno de los puntos fronterizos más codiciados para el tráfico de drogas hacia Estados Unidos y que estaba en poder de...
| Jul 22, 2013
| 2:30 PM
Geraldo Rivera may be getting a lot of attention for tweeting a half-nude selfie, but fans of the 70-year-old Fox News personality know that was a mere blip in a long and colorful career.
Some might call it self-aggrandizement, others might question...
| Jul 15, 2013
| 8:00 PM
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| Sep 6, 2013
| 8:31 AM
"What are we going to do?" Sloane asks in "Ferris Bueller's Day Off," after climbing into his "borrowed" Ferrari convertible.
"The question isn't 'what are we going to do,'" Ferris replies. "The question is 'what aren't we going to do?'"
| Sep 3, 2013
| 3:36 PM
Al Capone, arguably the most famous gangster ever, has grown into a mythic figure, a sort of cigar-chomping, fedora-wearing, machine gun-wielding, vicious, ruthless monster.
To Deirdre Marie Capone, he was simply Uncle Al.
Technically, her granduncle,...
| Aug 29, 2013
Bathed in an eerie blue glow, a narrow wall of tightly packed skulls looms over the staircase descending into Three Dots and a Dash, Chicago's newest tiki lounge and most recent Lettuce Entertain You venture. Evocative of the shrunken heads of campy tales...
| Jul 3, 2013
| 4:32 PM
Comedy Central's new half-hour comedy Drunk History pairs inebriated storytellers with A-list talent to reenact some of history’s greatest moments. Based on a web series of the same name, Comedy Central's new half-hour comedy Drunk History pairs...
| Jun 21, 2013
| 1:29 PM
Stand on any corner. Close your eyes. Listen. So urges journalist and historian St. Sukie de la Croix in the introduction to his book, "Chicago Whispers: A History of LGBT Chicago Before Stonewall." You'll hear, he writes, the "rat-tat-tat-tat of Al...
| Jul 8, 2013
| 6:00 AM
It's a warm spring day in downtown Los Angeles, but inside the gloomy Palace Theatre it's 1926 Detroit and actor Ken Marino is playing Harry Houdini as he dies onstage.
Literally dying — staggering and heaving, attempting card tricks and failing...