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  • Has TV's body count gotten too high? (SPOILERS)

    Has TV's body count gotten too high? (SPOILERS)
    Stop me if you've heard this one before: A beloved character on "The Walking Dead" gets bitten by a zombie, staggers around for the length of an episode while his friends try to save him, and ultimately succumbs to his wounds. Spoiler alert, you say?...
  • Maikel Franco on a unicycle highlight IronPigs promotions in 2015

    Maikel Franco on a unicycle highlight IronPigs promotions in 2015
    Maikel Franco on a unicycle, an odometer on the bases and a Phillies favorite highlight the bobblehead giveaways that are part of the Lehigh Valley IronPigs' promotional schedule for 2015. Bobbleheads featuring Franco, Ken "100 milels" Giles and...
  • Datebook for Feb. 5

    Datebook for Feb. 5
    Things to do and see around Lake County: ART ANTIOCH FINE ARTS FOUNDATION GALLERY: 41380 Route 83. (847) 838-2274; http://www.antiochfinearts.org. The gallery is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday through Saturday and from noon to 4 p.m. ART...
  • 'Sleepy Hollow' recap: Thomas Jefferson is 'What Lies Beneath'

    'Sleepy Hollow' recap: Thomas Jefferson is 'What Lies Beneath'
    No pressure or anything, “Sleepy Hollow” show runners, but the fate of this wacky genre-bending series may depend largely on what happens in these next few weeks. The supernatural sci-fi buddy cop drama, after a compellingly oddball,...
  • CT Chef Adam Greenberg Faces 'Chopped' On Food Network

    CT Chef Adam Greenberg Faces 'Chopped' On Food Network
    When Connecticut chef Adam Greenberg opened his basket during a taping of Food Network's 'Chopped,' he anticipated ingredients — fruits, vegetables, meats and other raw materials to transform into a "late-night dish." What he didn't expect to see...
  • Classical music concert recommendations

    Classical music concert recommendations
    Chicago a cappella: The vocal ensemble under principal guest music director John William Trotter is joined by the Ensemble Espagnol Spanish Dance Theater for a tapestry of classical and popular music from Mexico, Spain, Cuba and South America. Ole! 8 p.m....
  • After 30 years, New Lenox music teacher planning a grand finale

    After 30 years teaching with New Lenox School District 122, Erik Torkelson is retiring. But first the music instructor is gearing up for one last song, a musical on April 21 with 2nd-graders called "Three of a Kind." It's about a missing bear. The end...
  • Orlando Shakespeare Theater's 2015-16 season

    Orlando Shakespeare Theater's 2015-16 season
    Three modern plays will join the previously announced musical "Spamalot" in Orlando Shakespeare Theater's 2015-16 season. The season's two Shakespeare productions will be "The Tempest," the story of man and his daughter left stranded on a mystical...
  • Real net neutrality

    Real net neutrality
    In an op-ed in Wired magazine explaining his plan to regulate broadband Internet service providers like public utilities, Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler uses an anecdote from his own past as a tech entrepreneur to illustrate the...
  • With 'Empire,' diversity becomes the watchword on television

    With 'Empire,' diversity becomes the watchword on television
    The 2014-15 TV season was already shaping up to be a watershed year for diversity on the major networks, thanks to the success of ABC's "black-ish" and "How to Get Away With Murder." The most-watched new comedy and new drama of the season, respectively,...
  • Smallest 'Tommy' actor growing in big role

     Smallest 'Tommy' actor growing in big role
    I think I'm going to like Peyton Owen when he responds to my outstretched arm with a long, firm handshake. I know I like him after he answers my first question. So, you're a fifth-grader playing a 4-year-old," I say with a playful smile to the young...