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  • Mifflin County Teen Killed by Passing Freight Train

    Mifflin County Teen Killed by Passing Freight Train
    The Mifflin County Coroner and the Pennsylvania State Police are investigating the death of a 15 year old boy.  The body of Matthew Lemasters of Mount Union was discovered along the Norfolk Southern Railroad tracks in Wayne Township near Kistler Borough...
  • Is this Chicago's best bathroom?

    Is this Chicago's best bathroom?
    Dining editor Lisa Arnett may have reviewed the ground-breaking restaurant "Next" and movie reviewer Matt Pais might get RedEye's first look at "The Hobbit," but, dear readers, this reporter lucked into the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to visit the...
  • Side By Side: A History of Digital Moviemaking

    Side By Side: A History of Digital Moviemaking
    Side By Side Oct.  23, The Bijou Theatre, 275 Fairfield Ave., Bridgeport, (203) 322-3228, thebijoutheatre.com Does digital technology spell the end of good taste, fine art and high-quality movie-making? Has the old-fashioned process of exposing emulsion-...
  • The Writing Life: Sandi Tan switches genres for 'The Black Isle'

    The Writing Life: Sandi Tan switches genres for 'The Black Isle'
    Sandi Tan's past is teeming with ghosts. The Pasadena-based filmmaker-turned-novelist isn't a "seer" herself — she's a self-described scaredy-cat and doesn't particularly enjoy supernatural books and movies — but her childhood in Singapore...
  • Clean cuts and close shaves

    Clean cuts and close shaves
    We still love you, hairy hipsters. But the locks that will get the looks this fall belong to another breed. Namely, Don Draper -- and his slicker, seedier soulmates from "Boardwalk Empire." It's not a cut for style slackers; you'll work for it with...
  • David Lynch: Mild at heart

    David Lynch: Mild at heart
    As a world-class director of films about backward-talking dwarves, pornography and murder, David Lynch isn't surprised when people ask him why he's an avid practitioner of Transcendental Meditation. If anything, it's because the filmmaker gets asked...
  • Lynda Barry's Latest Book Makes 'Diary Of A Wimpy Kid' Seem, Well, Wimpy

    Lynda Barry's Latest Book Makes 'Diary Of A Wimpy Kid' Seem, Well, Wimpy
    The Freddie Stories By Lynda Barry (Drawn & Quarterly), 177 pages, $19.95.   The arrival of any new collection of Lynda Barry's cartoons is cause for celebration. Barry, a cartoonist, painter and teacher, is best known for her syndicated comic strip...
  • On this lonely street, nobody heard, nobody saw

    On this lonely street, nobody heard, nobody saw
    In the hardscrabble burb of Schiller Park near O'Hare Airport, you'll find a street with a few two-flats and isolated houses, plenty of space between them. The kind of quiet block where everyone minds their business. And last week — hard gray...
  • David Lynch's short documentary on the art of lithography

    David Lynch's short documentary on the art of lithography
    The art of fine-art printing gets a loving albeit brief ode from director David Lynch, who has fashioned a seven-minute documentary about the famous Idem Paris atelier.  Idem Paris recently posted the video online and we've embedded it below....
  • Check It Out: Reading up before the Oscars

    On Feb. 24, the 85th Academy Awards ceremony will take place at the Dolby (formerly Kodak) Theatre in Hollywood. The show has grown considerably from its humble origins in 1929 as a private banquet for 270 guests at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel. This...
  • 'Twin Peaks' to be 're-soundtracked' by Silent Drape Runners

    'Twin Peaks' to be 're-soundtracked' by Silent Drape Runners
    It’s no longer unusual for vintage silent films to be shown with live music provided by a pianist, organist or even an orchestra. Occasionally, enterprising presenters host screenings of classic sound films with on-site orchestral backing: “...
  • Frances Bay dies at 92; veteran character actress

    Frances Bay dies at 92; veteran character actress
    Frances Bay, the sweet, gentle housewife who became a successful actress in middle age, appearing in more than 50 motion pictures and 100 television shows, including roles as the "marble rye lady" on "Seinfeld" and the grandmother in Adam Sandler's "Happy...