RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

L (movie)

A collection of news and information related to L (movie) published by this site and its partners.

Top L (movie) Articles

Displaying items 37-48
  • 'Holiday Train' well worth the ride; Teatro Luna still in flux

    'Holiday Train' well worth the ride; Teatro Luna still in flux
    "El Stories: Holiday Train" Anyone who regularly rides public transit has their stories. Buses and train cars are delicate ecosystems. Smashed up against your fellow Chicagoans and learning far more about these complete strangers than you ever wanted,...
  • Hometown 'Grease' and Rahm in the house: The big theater stories of 2011

    Hometown 'Grease' and Rahm in the house: The big theater stories of 2011
    Phew, 2011 was quite a year in Chicago theater. As the year comes to a close, ready for a quick tour back through the newsworthy highlights? The Black Ensemble Theater bowed a gorgeous, $19 million new home on the North Side. Stage 773 on Belmont...
  • Humble theaters become movie palaces

    Humble theaters become movie palaces
    In October 1917, a theater opened at 3535 W. Roosevelt Road that changed the moviegoing experience, in Chicago and the nation. In the era of the nickelodeon, a term reflecting not just the price of admission, but the surroundings, motion pictures were...
  • True stories from the train in entertaining 'El'; a scattered 'Heart'

    True stories from the train in entertaining 'El'; a scattered 'Heart'
    "El Stories" All the world's a stage, so wrote the Bard. To which one can reply, "Sure, but have you ridden the"L"lately?" Talk about your captive audience. For the thousands of Chicagoans who use public transportation daily, this is your show. Same...
  • Local Q&A: Gold Motel

    Local Q&A: Gold Motel
    The self-titled sophomore album from local pop-rockers Gold Motel oozes surf and sun, even though much of it was recorded as temperatures dipped and leaves fell from the trees. "There were a few days where we were tracking and I was wearing my jacket...
  • Diversity makes the difference in Skokie

    Diversity makes the difference in Skokie
    A lifelong Chicagoan, Alex Infante faced a big decision two years ago. He and his wife, Jackie, already had one toddler, plus intentions to have another baby, so his family would be outgrowing their Andersonville condo. But where should they buy their...
  • Wicker Park: Open all hours

    Wicker Park: Open all hours
    By day, Wicker Park foot traffic moves at a fast clip, especially during rush hour. At night, the only hurry is getting to a table at one of the 30-plus restaurants or entertainment hot spots found in this historic area bordered by the Chicago River to...
  • Berwyn steps out of the shadow of its neighbors

    Berwyn steps out of the shadow of its neighbors
    The stars must've been aligned for Ann Filmer when she moved to Berwyn two years ago. In addition to finding a comfortable, affordable home in this nearby suburb, she found a new job in a community ready to embrace her talents. Filmer and her husband,...
  • Lincoln Park's wild kingdom

    Lincoln Park's wild kingdom
    Being bored is not an option in Lincoln Park, where the kinetic lifestyle verges on sensory overload. With its potpourri of restaurants, shops, amenities and close proximity to downtown Chicago, it's no wonder the North Side neighborhood's unique...
  • Portage Park: a diverse, yet tight-knit neighborhood on Chicago's Northwest Side

    Portage Park: a diverse, yet tight-knit neighborhood on Chicago's Northwest Side
    The year was 1972, and then-teenager George Borovik was in his glory. The U.S. Olympic swim trials were being held at the Olympic-size pool at Portage Park, right in his own Chicago neighborhood. "I remember going to the prelims," Borovik recalled....
  • PART 1: Howling window signals skyscraper's fatal flaw

    The glass falls like a shadow, swift and silent, a dark blur swooping through the wet sky. For weeks, the cracked window on the 29th floor of the CNA building strained against the adhesive film that held it in place 340 feet above the ground, expanding...
  • PART 2: Wind, neglect propel glass on a deadly path

    The "L" train carrying Ana Flores rumbled straight toward the CNA building, coming within feet of the red skyscraper before it rounded the curve into the station. High above her was a cracked window on the 29th floor, covered by white adhesive film and...