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  • Lollapalooza: The Cure and Phoenix close out the fest

    Lollapalooza: The Cure and Phoenix close out the fest
    The lineup for day three of Lollapalooza starts off strong with Palma Violets, Guards and Wild Belle kicking things off. Festival organizers are reporting an official attendance of 100,000 people each day of the 3-day festival. Greg Kot (GK), Bob...
  • Q&A: 'The To Do List' star Aubrey Plaza

    Q&A: 'The To Do List' star Aubrey Plaza
    “The To Do List” star Aubrey Plaza has stated she approaches some interviews as performance art pieces. This may explain why during a recent phone interview she claimed to be on a canoe in the middle of a lake. “It just makes me more...
  • Video/Q&A: Director Alex Gibney compares Lance Armstrong, Eliot Spitzer and Julian Assange

    Video/Q&A: Director Alex Gibney compares Lance Armstrong, Eliot Spitzer and Julian Assange
    When director Alex Gibney was making an uplifting movie about Lance Armstrong’s 2009 comeback—before the confirmation of rumors about the champion cyclist’s doping and before Gibney remade the film into “The Armstrong Lie,”...
  • Gilberton police chief video makes valid gun control point

    The first thing to understand about Gilberton police Chief Mark Kessler's famous machine gun is that it's an honest-to-goodness assault rifle, making it unusual in the context of the gun control debate. Going by the photograph on the front page of The...
  • Brad Keselowski catches Kahne for victory in Charlotte

    Brad Keselowski catches Kahne for victory in Charlotte
    CONCORD, N.C. — The Bank of America 500 was about to morph into the Hendrick Motorsports Classic Saturday night. Then Brad Keselowski got in the way of the marketing plan. Keselowski, the 2012 Sprint Cup champion who failed to qualify for the...
  • Audio/Q&A: Adam Scott on 'A.C.O.D.' and 'Parks and Recreation'

    Audio/Q&A: Adam Scott on 'A.C.O.D.' and 'Parks and Recreation'
    For Adam Scott, a childhood birthday party may have been one of the biggest moments of his young life. Why? He received an Imperial ship from “Star Wars.” “I was pretty blown away that this girl that I barely knew got me this badass...
  • Is the flu patrol giving you flu guilt?

    Is the flu patrol giving you flu guilt?
    A crowded Chicago cafe. Customers sit elbow to elbow. A man coughs. I turn my head toward the hacker. So do several others. Our eyes aim for him like bullets. Kill the germ spitter! The man ignores our glares, returns to studying his laptop...
  • Heated debate with Chicago native 'Dealin' with Idiots' star/director/co-writer Jeff Garlin

    Heated debate with Chicago native 'Dealin' with Idiots' star/director/co-writer Jeff Garlin
    In “Dealin’ with Idiots,” Chicago native Jeff Garlin stars as a comedian who gets so fed up with foolish parents he observes at his son’s youth baseball game that he decides to spend more time with them—not to increase his...
  • Q&A: 'Pacific Rim' star Charlie Hunnam

    Q&A: 'Pacific Rim' star Charlie Hunnam
    It’s not that “Pacific Rim” star Charlie Hunnam hasn’t had a chance at a breakout movie role. The English actor was nearly cast as Thor and turned down Russell Brand’s part in “Forgetting Sarah Marshall,” which...
  • Fond memories of 50-cent parking at Disney World, believing this year's Bengal were Super Bowl-bound

    Fond memories of 50-cent parking at Disney World, believing this year's Bengal were Super Bowl-bound
    One of my best days ever. Last Tuesday wasn't that day, but it was the 42nd anniversary of the day the Magic Kingdom part of Walt Disney World opened — and I was there . . . at the Palm and Magnolia golf courses. Talk about bad aim. Working for...
  • Detective on the trail as spring goes missing in Chicago

    Detective on the trail as spring goes missing in Chicago
    Detective April Hope stalked through the doors of the Chicago police station, shaking water off her umbrella with the fervor of a woman throttling a thief. "Bleep," she said. She swatted snowflakes from the long down coat that only a few days before...