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If you're one of those people who hit the holiday bar scene with too much enthusiasm, then you probably don't want to see a drop of the hard stuff for quite a while. Chicago offers many late-night, no-alcohol options. Most are coffeehouses, cool...
Tags: Movies, Gaming, Concerts, CLTV, Video Games
Tribune Rock CriticThe Blue Meanies, a Molotov cocktail of sound and motion, stomped, shimmied and rattled the floorboards at Metro one last time Thursday, and then, presumably, called it quits. "You're witnessing history tonight," said singer Billy Spunke, midway through...
Can a country-boy-turned-big-city-journalist reinvent himself one more time?" The question was posed in 1999 by - and about - John Callaway in his farewell broadcast after 15 years on "Chicago Tonight," a news discussion show he had made into acclaimed...
Hip-hop still does not get much respect. Though rap's roots stretch back over 25 years, and hip-hop artists comprise a huge portion of annual record sales, some people still treat the music like a fad about to fade away. Well, hip-hop doesn't look...
Tribune music criticThey are everything the Three Tenors could beif Carreras, Domingo and Pavarotti could scat-sing, belt Broadway ballads, wail the blues, loft a spiritual to the skies and caress a jazz riff until it purrs. They are the "Three Mo' Tenors," a gifted...
Tribune theater criticWatching "The Blues Brothers Revival" is like getting stuck in a Chamber of Commerce seminar led by some Babbitt who goes on and on about how he can't get enough of "Sweet Home Chicago," or how funny the "Blues Brothers" movie was, and wasn't it great...
Tags: Death, John Landis, John Belushi, Aretha Franklin, Carrie Fisher
Times Staff WriterThey've just unleashed the dawgs on the streets of this college town — 36 fanciful fiberglass bulldogs that will be permanent works of public art in and around the historic downtown and on the campus of the University of Georgia, home of the Georgia...
MOVIE THEATERS - EAST HAMPTON: United Artists Cinemas, 30 Main St., 631-324-0448. - MATTITUCK: Mattituck Cinemas, Main Road, 631-298-SHOW. - MONTAUK: Movies, Edgemere, 631-668-2393. - SAG HARBOR: Cinema, Main Street, 631-725-0010. - SOUTHAMPTON:...
Tags: Emmylou Harris, Movies, Concerts, Tom Wolfe, John Dos Passos
A young woman swathed in a luminous green gown twists and turns onstage, as if possessed. As she sways across the proscenium, bending her body in sinuous and hypnotic ways, a small army of percussionists fires off a flurry of backbeats, their tempo...
Tags: Culture, Fencing, Harry James, Dizzy Gillespie, Dance
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