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  • Apodaca: It's hard to deny: Sports rule

    "Why did you raise me to like sports?" That's a text I received from my son after his alma mater suffered a painful loss during the football season, which ends with the Jan. 12 national championship game. It was a rhetorical question, but he had a...
  • Standouts from a year's worth of smart money advice

    Standouts from a year's worth of smart money advice
    Identity theft protection, TV antennas, light bulbs and home heating myths are just a few of the Spending Smart topics we explored this year, along with how to speed through airport security, get free books and college courses, and avoid wasting money...
  • L.A. studio to restore venerable ‘King’s Quest’ to its gaming throne

     
    THE PLAYER There are sword and sorcery games, and then there are those set in Daventry. Daventry, the fantastical homeland […]...
  • ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens': The galaxy’s main event

     
    Chris Taylor headed to San Francisco's AMC Metreon 15 on Black Friday for a 10 a.m. screening of “Fury,” but […]...
  • Rob Owen: Cable cranks out midseason debuts

    Here's a look ahead to the new year's series on cable. Arguably the most anticipated new program is AMC's "Breaking Bad" prequel spinoff "Better Call Saul" (10 p.m. Feb 8 before moving to new time slot Monday at 10 p.m. on Feb. 9). The new series...
  • Top 50 Concerts of 2014

    Top 50 Concerts of 2014
    Sometimes, bigger still is better. There were many great concerts by smaller or lessor-known acts at smaller venues this year, but among the 163 shows I attended this year it’s not a coincidence that mostof the year’s best were the biggest...
  • More a cause than a must-see, 'The Interview' finally arrives in theaters

    More a cause than a must-see, 'The Interview' finally arrives in theaters
    Some came out of a sense of patriotic duty. Some came to see what all the fuss was about. Some just came in the hope of some laughs on a holiday. Capping weeks of headline-grabbing tumult that rocked Sony Pictures to its core, frayed nerves and...
  • Save the Seats 2014: We've got your ticket for New Year's Eve

    Save the Seats 2014: We've got your ticket for New Year's Eve
    This is our annual “Save the Seats” for New Year's Eve, which the Chicago Tribune offers up every year on the last Friday in December before the big night of the ball drop, the citywide champagne toast, the midnight “Auld Lang Syne&...
  • Rob Owen: Networks roll out new shows for midseason

    The year's not over yet, but TV networks already are looking ahead to 2015 and the January start of midseason. To be sure, this is just what's been announced so far. Some broadcasters have additional series waiting in their cupboard but have not yet...
  • 2015 preview: Oak Park and La Grange

    2015 preview: Oak Park and La Grange
    The coming year could produce a sales tax increase in La Grange, a decision on a new pool for Oak Park and River Forest High School and permission for bars to open in Oak Park. Also ahead in 2015, ground is expected to be broken for a new development on...
  • Character actors take center stage on TV in 2014

    As we approach a new year, television is a tangle of trends: Networks began "unbundling" their streaming services from their television channels. New (and old) platforms broke ground with scripted series — "Transparent" put Amazon in the Emmy's race...