The Smashing Pumpkins auteur brings out unreleased material, covers and even wrestlers.
Onlookers in St. Charles get glimpses of the couple’s friends from New Kids on the Block and “The View.”
Of course, we don’t need to tell you there’s a Chicago Hot Dog Hall of Fame. But it should be pointed out that the encased meats recognition of greatness has has a new star.
“Asher Lev,” Aaron Posner’s exquisite 90-minute stage adaptation of the bestselling 1972 novel by Chaim Potok, is a portrait of a natural-born artist as he struggles to come to terms with a gift that makes him at once “demonic and divine,” and that endows him with the power to inflict profound emotional harm on those who love him, and who he most loves.
We may live on the lakefront, but it's easy to forget to take advantage of it.
Don Pardo, one of TV’s best-known announcers for his work on “Saturday Night Live” and the original “Jeopardy!,” has died at the age of 96. Read More
LORI RACKL: Stars Bryan Cranston, Anna Gunn and Aaron Paul are honored as Seth Meyers hosts a surprisingly entertaining ceremony. Read More
Corgan is quietly redefining what it is to be a maturing rock star. He has the brand (Pumpkins) when he wants to fire up the Read More
HEDY WEISS: The Marriott Theatre revival moves with the style and the frantic pace of its setting. Read More
RICHARD ROEPER: ‘Star Trek’ alum and rights activist George Takei a glittering diamond of a documentary subject. Read More
Former pitcher Jim Brosnan was a former Cubs and Sox pitcher who was probably better known for writing about life in baseball than he was Read More