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  • CHF's 'Stages, Sights and Sounds' fest starts tomorrow

    CHF's 'Stages, Sights and Sounds' fest starts tomorrow
    "Stages, Sights and Sounds," the annual children's theater fest from the Chicago Humanties Festival, start its runs tomorrow through May 24th. Performances include puppetry by Spain's Pablo Vergne and Japan's Nori Sawa, plus well-known local artists...
  • Chicago area classical music recommendations

    Apollo Chorus: The choral ensemble under Stephen Alltop concludes its season with "The Beatles and Friends," marking the 50th anniversary of the Fab Four's American debut. 2 p.m. Friday, Fourth Presbyterian Church, 126 E. Chestnut St.; and 3 p.m. Sunday,...
  • Fine Arts Society shows richness of Chinese culture

    Fine Arts Society shows richness of Chinese culture
    It began three decades ago as a small local competition designed to encourage Chinese music students to learn Chinese repertory along with the Western classical works their teachers were drumming into their young heads. Since then, it has grown into a...
  • Chicago was on fire, but the star was really hot

    Chicago was on fire, but the star was really hot
    Is it really possible that just one major motion picture has ever been made about the Great Chicago Fire of 1871? Hollywood loves disaster pics. But aside from 1937's "In Old Chicago" (from 20th Century Fox), it doesn't appear that any other studio...
  • Chicago-area Stormtroopers ready to help city land George Lucas museum

    Chicago-area Stormtroopers ready to help city land George Lucas museum
    Local Stormtroopers are falling into line behind Chicago’s bid to become the site of a museum devoted to the work of “Star Wars” filmmaker George Lucas. Chicago-area members of the 501st Legion — a 6,600-member international...
  • City to take public's ideas on possible sites for Lucas museum

    City to take public's ideas on possible sites for Lucas museum
    The city of Chicago has created a webpage where residents can submit ideas and recommend sites for filmmaker George Lucas' cultural arts museum, which will house a trove of the Star Wars creator's artwork and movie memorabilia. The comment submission...
  • Mario Caruso, Chicago

    Mario Caruso, Chicago
    Age: 76 Writing letters since: 1977 Life story in 100 words or less: Grew up in Chicago Heights with two brothers, two sisters and his parents. Parents owned a mom-and-pop grocery store, where the whole family worked. Completed seminary school in...
  • Earth Hour is set for 8:30 p.m. tonight

    Chicagoans are being urged to power down tonight in honor of Earth Hour, called one of the largest global environmental events. Earth Hour calls on residents, businesses and governments to switch off non-essential lights and other electronic items for...
  • Coltrane, Blanchard among Jazz Fest headliners

    Coltrane, Blanchard among Jazz Fest headliners
    Trumpeter Terence Blanchard, saxophonist Ravi Coltrane and singer Cecile McLorin Salvant will be among the featured performers at the 36th annual Chicago Jazz Festival, running Aug. 28-31 in Millennium Park and the Chicago Cultural Center. The complete...
  • Chicago producer Robert Teitel reveals the project that got away

    Chicago producer Robert Teitel reveals the project that got away
    “Barbershop” and “Soul Food” producer Robert Teitel revealed to the audience at the 11th annual Creative Chicago Expo at the Chicago Cultural Center on Saturday the list of Chicago-based projects he is trying to get off the ground,...
  • Telling tales at Columbia's Story Week

    Telling tales at Columbia's Story Week
    Randall Albers still gets emotional when recalling a cherished memory from Story Week, the festival of writers he founded 17 years ago. In 2000, Hubert Selby Jr., author of "Last Exit to Brooklyn," was greeted with a standing ovation. "When he came...