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  • ACC All Access: Kendrick Holland becomes Virginia Tech's latest 2014 class WR commitment

    After spending the back end of last week recruiting, Virginia Tech's coaching staff picked up a class of 2014 commitment from Kendrick Holland, who is yet another promising wide receiver. Holland, a 6-foot-4, 192-pound senior at Winter Haven High in...
  • AFI Fest Completes Lineup, Includes 15 Foreign Language Oscar Candidates

    The AFI Fest has unveiled the remainder of its lineup for the Nov. 7-14 event, encompassing 119 films representing 43 countries. The fest, a program of the American Film Institute, will include the World Cinema, American Independents, Breakthrough,...
  • Q&A: Donna Tartt on 'The Goldfinch'

    Q&A: Donna Tartt on 'The Goldfinch'
    Novelist Donna Tartt doesn't publish very often — her engrossing new book, “The Goldfinch,” is her first since 2002's “The Little Friend,” which itself trailed her wildly popular fictional debut, “The Secret History,&...
  • Joliet man was among 'band of brothers'

    Joliet man was among 'band of brothers'
    Frank Perconte was a decorated Army veteran who parachuted into some of the most famous battles of World War II. Decades later he gained his own measure of fame when his service was immortalized in the popular book and miniseries "Band of Brothers."...
  • HBO Developing Comedy from Diablo Cody, Oprah Winfrey

    Diablo Cody and Oprah Winfrey have set a comedy project at HBO based on Dr. Julie Holland's forthcoming book "Moody Bitches," Variety has confirmed. As first reported by The Hollywood Reporter, the laffer will lift from the psychiatrist's source material...
  • What to expect now that we're expecting gay marriage

     
    Wednesday's print column So tell Uncle Chester: Don't worry, gay people don't want to marry you. Wednesday afternoon, Gov. Pat Quinn is scheduled to sign into law a bill that will legalize same-sex marriage in Illinois starting next June. Chicago's......
  • Group pickets Holland Partners

    Group pickets Holland Partners
    A developer behind three apartment projects in the works in Glendale is getting heat from a Los Angeles-area union for hiring subcontractors that allegedly don't meet the bargaining group's standards for fair wages and benefits. Carpenters Local 209,...
  • It's over, it's all over....

     
    In her second public rejoinder to my Wednesday column -- Postscript on Marriage Question From Tribune Columnist -- Illinois Family Institute's Laurie Higgins writes: Zorn seems concerned solely about marriage and divorce rates, whereas conservatives are...
  • Palm Springs festival a showcase for foreign-language films

     Palm Springs festival a showcase for foreign-language films
    It makes for an unlikely combination: some of Hollywood's biggest stars rubbing up against relative obscurities from the international festival circuit. Yet that's exactly what happens each year at the Palm Springs International Film Festival, which has...
  • Anthony Orlando: What to be thankful for? How about Obamacare

    This Thanksgiving, a lot of Americans will be giving thanks for Obamacare. By the end of this month, HealthCare.gov will be able to handle 800,000 users per day, enough to enroll everyone who needs coverage by the end of the year. Meanwhile, the state-...
  • Why Netflix Would Face Resistance Breaking Into France

    A nation packed with cinephiles and avid consumers of U.S. drama imports, France seems like a natural fit for a service like Netflix. But it won't be easy for the subscription VOD service to crack this country. There have been several reports in recent...
  • Europe's dirty little art secret

     Europe's dirty little art secret
    The outrage sparked by the clumsy handling of a Nazi-looted art trove in Munich, which was revealed this month, shows the urgent need for transparency in the art world, from museums to auction houses to private collections. For years this rarefied world...