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  • A grand night to hear CSO, Tchaikovsky under the stars

     A grand night to hear CSO, Tchaikovsky under the stars
    Since Riccardo Muti and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra have room in their packed schedule to present only one free concert a year for the general public, let every concert be as enjoyably done as their latest gift to the city and its citizens, given Friday evening at Millennium Park.
  • 'Madam Secretary' Tea Leoni's nomination is heartily confirmed

    'Madam Secretary' Tea Leoni's nomination is heartily confirmed
    Of the non-comic-book-related dramas debuting this fall, Barbara Hall's "Madam Secretary" on CBS is clearly a front-runner. Smartly written and formidably cast, the series, which premieres Sunday, offers a welcome dose of Téa Leoni, female sanity and...

    Movie Review: 'Hector and the Search for Happiness' a slow, empty quest

    Movie Review: 'Hector and the Search for Happiness' a slow, empty quest
    In "Hector and the Search for Happiness," Hector (Simon Pegg) is a psychiatrist with a touch of Walter Mitty in him. He daydreams about being a WWI pilot, but other than the need for this little indulgence in childhood fancy, he seems to have an ideal...

    DVD Review: There's no explaining 'Vengeance'

    DVD Review: There's no explaining 'Vengeance'
    Japanese director Shohei Imamura had a long, somewhat strange career. For a decade, starting in the late ’50s, he attracted attention for a series of social realist films, often with an ironic view of the American occupation. After a decade, he...

    Stage Review: Earthbound 'Happy Days' breaks new ground

    Stage Review: Earthbound 'Happy Days' breaks new ground
    A shrill alarm bell awakens a woman buried up to her ample bosom in rocky dirt under an arid blue sky. She opens her eyes and smiles. “Another heavenly day,” she says. For a strikingly fresh, definitive revival of Samuel Beckett’s 1961...