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  • Celebrating the program’s 20th year, Choice One Book, One Chicago is “Bedrock Faith” by Professor Eric Charles May of Columbia College. It was her first novel and one of the most popular when it was published in 2014.

  • Joe Rogan, popular podcaster who questioned COVID vaccine, announces he has coronavirus

    Joe Rogan, the mega-popular podcaster who questioned the need for the COVID vaccine on his show, has revealed to his fans that he’s sick with the coronavirus and needs to postpone a live broadcast.

  • Some moments seemed rushed, but opera star Davóne Tines created a 'mass' of his own at the Ravinia festival.

    During Tuesday night’s performance of the bass-baritone at the Ravinia Festival in Highland Park, no member of the audience heard from ear to ear his oblique and curious “Mass”, which weaved spiritual arrangements, cantatas of Bach and evocative new commands.

  • Review: Tired tropes strike a flat note in this new movie musical

    The musical “Cinderella,” starring pop sensation Camila Cabello and written and directed by Kay Cannon, is full of barely sketched characters whose development appears to have been scrapped for an endless belt. And Cabello’s acting is so cute.

  • Navy Pier adds September fireworks, announces fall and Halloween events

    The Navy Pier fireworks will continue after Labor Day for the first time this year, with shows at 9:30 p.m. on Saturday September 11 and 18, according to an announcement Wednesday.

  • Heavy rains from Hurricane Ida force Tennessee's Bonnaroo music festival to cancel

    Heavy rains from Hurricane Ida forced the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival in Tennessee to be canceled, with organizers saying the waterlogged festival grounds are unsafe for driving or camping.

  • Planning your funeral doesn't have to be scary, says author of

    If death seems too much of a topic to ponder, Kathy Benjamin’s book empowers readers to conquer fears and anxiety by planning the details of your funeral ahead of time with humor, funeral facts, and leaves. of work.

  • A scorching Sunday afternoon, a stroll around North Lawndale as part of Theater Y’s “You Are Here” series perfectly summed up both the promise and the potential pitfalls of the theater company’s ambitious move to the neighborhood. of West Side.

  • He started Tiger Van Books (the title comes from his show “Lodge 49” on AMC) to publish Lou Mathews’ novel. “I’m 100% sure I have no idea what I’m doing. That’s no reason not to do something. My main goal was to make a beautiful book.”

  • Mike Richards was fired as executive producer of

    The news comes just over a week after Mike Richards was forced to step down as “Jeopardy!” host.

  • Writers Theater announces live 4-room lineup for 2021-22 season

    Writers Theater has announced its 2021-2022 season, with four plays for a live audience at the Glencoe Theater for its 30th anniversary.

  • “Shang-Chi” offers an adversary and a father figure, of teasing ambiguity and complicated rooting interests. Tony Leung plays him, which is great news.

  • Worst moment: 'Evil' star Aasif Mandvi says thoughtless little chat with Margo Martindale got him in big trouble

    The foot-and-mouth moment came when they were filming “Mother’s Day,” the 2016 Garry Marshall comedy.

  • As neighbors in a posh New York apartment building, the central trio bond around a true crime podcast.

  • On a hot August night, Chicago's Lyric Opera comes to life with 'Rising Stars'

    The new musical director of the Lyric Opera of Chicago, Enrique Mazzola, gave his first major public performance at Millennium Park. There was excitement in the air.

  • Michael Winslow, famous for

    Michael Winslow will appear at 7:30 p.m. on September 9 at the Genesee Theater in Waukegan.

  • Remembering Ed Asner: How a Chicago-trained

    By the time Ed Asner landed the “spunk” payline in the “Mary Tyler Moore Show” pilot, he knew something had just happened. Things were going to be different after that for the Chicago actor.

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  • Review: Two years in the fitting, a cheerful 'Kinky Boots' kicks off the dust at the Paramount Theater

    After a two-year delay, “Kinky Boots” opens at the Paramount Theater in Aurora. You can feel the emotions springing from the hearts of the actors.

  • Emmy-winning actor Ed Asner, star of

    Emmy Award-winning actor Ed Asner, who played Lou Grant on both “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” and the hour-long drama “Lou Grant” has died aged 91 .

  • Wilco's Chicago concert at Millennium Park was a family reunion between the band and the city.  'We live here.  We will return'

    Wilco and Sleater ‐ Kinney performed at the Pritzker Pavilion in Millennium Park on Saturday night. “This is for the old-timers,” Jeff Tweedy joked before the band’s “Box Full of Letters” hit. “And that’s a lot of you.” They’re a longtime Chicago band, and that’s not a bad thing.

  • Days After Chicago Listening Night, Kanye West Finally Releases 'Donda'

    After five weeks, four official public listening sessions and millions of words of media speculation, Kanye West finally released his album “Donda” on streaming services Sunday morning.

  • Ohmme's Macie Stewart takes the stage with spectacular solo album

    Macie Stewart’s debut record shines with extraordinary heart and clarity. “Mouth Full of Glass” deserves its inevitable praise.

  • Here is the French dispatch: Mimi Plauche, head of the Chicago film festival, receives an award from the Order of Arts and Letters from the Ministry of Culture

    Previous recipients of the honorary distinction of the Order of Arts and Letters from the French Ministry of Culture include Marlene Dietrich, George Clooney, Sting and Michael Kutza, founder of the Chicago International Film Festival.

  • Chicago by Kanye West: 25 training locations in the city and suburbs

    These Chicago locations shaped the life and career of Grammy-winning rapper, producer and versatile designer Kanye West.

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