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  • Find your autumn leaves, plus a little something extra

    Find your autumn leaves, plus a little something extra
    Leaves already are changing color north of Chicago, so it's time to plan your fall leaf-hunting getaway. We've come up with some of the most scenic autumn areas within roughly 180 miles of Chicago, so it can be a day trip, or you can make a weekend of it....
  • Zachary Quinto, Natalie Dormer to Star in 'The Girl Who Invented Kissing'

    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. The...
  • Fall TV Preview: From 'Sleepy Hollow' to 'Ravenswood' to 'Atlantis'

    Fall TV Preview: From 'Sleepy Hollow' to 'Ravenswood' to 'Atlantis'
    The Fall Season is here, people. And though premieres will happen up and down what is still anachronistically called a dial, the season remains mainly the domain of the broadcast networks — which seem bent for the moment not on aping cable TV, as...
  • Greg Schwem: Is it too late to reconsider Chicago's Olympic bid?

    Now that the Olympic flame has been extinguished and the Royal Family has gone back to doing whatever it is the Royal Family does, Chicagoans such as myself can only ask, "What if?" What if Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel had strutted across the stage at...
  • Road Trip Detour: Bonnie and Clyde's Final Car

     
    Earlier this year, we encouraged readers of the Cars.com Advice section to avail themselves of some of this nation's countless car-themed oddities and attractions that are just off the interstates and off the beaten path. One of those was the......
  • Literary Saloon: A moll's high — and low — life

    Literary Saloon: A moll's high — and low — life
    The title character and narrator of Renee Rosen's new novel, "Dollface," is eager for action. "My mother … was used to me stirring up trouble," says Vera Abramowitz. "By the time I turned fifteen I was sick of being too afraid to live. That's...
  • 'Boardwalk Empire' recap: Willie abandons college; Nucky suspects fed

    'Boardwalk Empire' recap: Willie abandons college; Nucky suspects fed
    “William Wilson,” episode 43 of HBO’s “Boardwalk Empire,” refers to an Edgar Allan Poe short story about a college student who in effect commits suicide by murdering his doppelganger. Analyzing the cautionary tale proves...
  • Tuesday's TV Highlights: 'Covert Affairs' on USA

    Tuesday's TV Highlights: 'Covert Affairs' on USA
    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of July 14 - 20, 2013 in PDF format This week's TV Movies     --------------------     SERIES Nine for IX Female pioneers in...
  • Geraldo Rivera: Best TV moments before that half-nude selfie

    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...
  • Tiki bars offer taste of the tropics

    Tiki bars offer taste of the tropics
    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...
  • 'Boardwalk Empire's' Capone is ... a family man?

    'Boardwalk Empire's' Capone is ... a family man?
    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,...
  • A city tour of LGBT history

    A city tour of LGBT history
    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...