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  • Isn't it romantic?

    Isn't it romantic?
    There's no specific quality that makes one destination more romantic than others. While some travelers want access to luxuries and fine dining, others search for a beautiful sunset in a rustic environment. The important thing is being with the right...
  • Daniel Pink says we're all salesmen in 'To Sell Is Human'

    Daniel Pink says we're all salesmen in 'To Sell Is Human'
    One in nine of us works in sales, according to the U.S. government. The other eight in nine of us work in... sales, according to Daniel Pink. We just don't sell it as such. "They're not stalking customers in a furniture showroom, but they — make...
  • Thoughts from Dr. Joe: Mentors lead charge 'To Get Her There'

    The first movie I ever saw was “Peter Pan.” It was in 1953; back then a movie cost no more than 25 cents. The story is from the work of J.M. Barrie, circa 1904. Barrie was fascinated by the enthusiasm of youth. His main character, the...
  • 2012 in review: Teamwork enlivens the theater world

    2012 in review: Teamwork enlivens the theater world
    Could the theater artist of 2012 really be … Samuel Beckett? Well, the 1969 Nobel Prize winner had stiff competition this year from Anton Chekhov, dead for more than a hundred years but more alive than ever onstage. Chekhov's early play "Ivanov"...
  • Dog books certain to give you paws

    Dog books certain to give you paws
    My first dog was a golden retriever named Tisha. Tisha was quiet and friendly, a perfect golden for a 4-year-old boy; my mother swears that when we took her to the vet one last time, as the dog lay dying on the operating table, Tisha lifted her head at...
  • Breaking the silence

    Breaking the silence
     My father told me little about his agonies in the Holocaust. He never mentioned the beatings he suffered in various concentration camps starting in 1942, nor the death march he survived in January 1945, en route to Buchenwald.   For nearly the...
  • 'Book Thief' is stealing center stage

    'Book Thief' is stealing  center stage
    Like the 22 books that preceded it, Markus Zusak's “The Book Thief” was chosen for the Chicago Public Library's One Book, One Chicago fall selection based on its literary merit and universal themes that would appeal to the widest range of...
  • Let's Hear It For the Pre-Show Talks For Plays At Theaters

    Studies show that audiences want more from their theaters than simply what they see on the stage, however well-done. They want engagement, they want a social dynamic, they want to feel connected to the art as well as each other. They want to feel...
  • Christopher Durang, Will Eno, Adam Rapp win PEN drama awards

    Christopher Durang, Will Eno, Adam Rapp win PEN drama awards
    One of the highest honors in the field of letters, the PEN Literary Awards, were announced Wednesday, and among the honorees are three playwrights. Christopher Durang is receiving the Master American Dramatist award, while Will Eno and Adam Rapp are being...
  • Malkovich to headline 'World Theatre Day'

    Steppenwolf Theatre Company ensemble member John Malkovich will give the "international message" on World Theatre Day, March 22, in Paris.  This will be the 50th anniversary of the event, run by the International Theatre Institute and designed to...
  • Powerful courtroom moments in the open-air 'Inherit the Wind'

    Powerful courtroom moments in the open-air 'Inherit the Wind'
    Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee's oft-produced 1955 courtroom drama, based on the famous Scopes "monkey trial" of 1925, was intended — like Arthur Miller's "The Crucible" — to use earlier events in American history as a frame for examining...
  • 'Once' in a lifetime night at 2012 Tony Awards; 'Clybourne Park' wins best play

    'Once' in a lifetime night at 2012 Tony Awards; 'Clybourne Park' wins best play
    Broadway fell fast for "Once," the melancholy but moving movie-to-musical about a lovelorn Irish street musician and his Czech guardian angel, which scooped Disney's chirpier "Newsies: The Musical" for the award for best musical at the 2012 Tony Awards....