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  • Will L.A. come through on Don Draper's metamorphosis?

    Oh “Mad Men,” how I have loved you. The drinking, the smoking, the infidelity, the misogyny, the midcentury modern decor. It's all been wonderful.
  • HBO's new streaming service to launch soon with 'Game of Thrones'

    HBO's new streaming service to launch soon with 'Game of Thrones'
    HBO's highly anticipated streaming service will debut April 12, according to a report from International Business Times. The network hopes to launch the standalone service, to be called HBO Now, in April to coincide with the fifth season premiere of...

    Willis Tower could fetch $1 billion. Now, about that name.

    Willis Tower could fetch $1 billion. Now, about that name.
    The "Willis" part of Willis Tower came cheap. But the building better not. Commercial real estate broker Eastdil Secured is seeking a record price of more than $1 billion for the iconic tower after its owners hit some financial difficulties last year....

    Dirt takes center stage at DePaul Art Museum

    Dirt takes center stage at DePaul Art Museum
    The forested peaks and crumbly cliffs of the landscape have long been recognized as an appropriate theme for art. So have death and dying. The matter out of which that landscape grows, the substance into which the dead are returned — not so much....

    Afros, dreads, natural styles more popular, still controversial

    Afros, dreads, natural styles more popular, still controversial
    Last June, Natalie Samuel went through with the "big chop." The 33-year-old Columbia resident cut off all of her chemically straightened hair in an attempt to return her mane to its tightly curled, natural state. Samuel said she doesn't regret the...