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  • 'American Sniper' viewers won't necessarily be barred from jury, judge says

    'American Sniper' viewers won't necessarily be barred from jury, judge says
    A judge told potential jurors in the murder trial of the man accused of shooting “American Sniper” author and Navy SEAL Chris Kyle that reading the victim's book or seeing the popular movie based on it would not automatically disqualify them...
  • Family secrets explode in Citadel's strong 'Desert Cities'

    Family secrets explode in Citadel's strong 'Desert Cities'
    Family secrets can be toxic, and in Jon Robin Baitz's "Other Desert Cities," the poison infects everyone in the family. The play received five Tony nominations and one win in 2012 and was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for Best Drama in 2012. The...
  • Dan McNeil ready for new direction on 'The Drive'

    Dan McNeil ready for new direction on 'The Drive'
    Dan McNeil had a chance to return to his old turf. WSCR-AM 670 called a couple of weeks ago when former Bear Patrick Mannelly decided to walk away from his role as McNeil's replacement on the midday show. McNeil listened, but he said his mind already...
  • MeTV launching radio station at 87.7 FM

    MeTV launching radio station at 87.7 FM
    MeTV, the Chicago-based classic TV network, is launching its first radio station. Weigel Broadcasting has signed a lease to take over operations of 87.7 FM in Chicago beginning this month. The station will be known as MeTV FM, and will air music from the...
  • Early 20th century America presented in 'Ragtime'

    Early 20th century America presented in 'Ragtime'
    A cast of 40 actors in the musical "Ragtime," running now through Feb. 22 at Actors Playhouse, give uplifting performances in a portrayal of early 20th century America within three families. Actors Playhouse created a lavish $390,000 production...
  • Broward College launching new film program

    Broward College launching new film program
    There may be soon be a lot more filming going on at Broward College. This fall, the college plans to launch a program where students can earn an associate of science degree in film production technology. It's for those who seek entry-level employment...
  • Grammys 2015: Toni Braxton and Babyface win R&B album honors

    Grammys 2015: Toni Braxton and Babyface win R&B album honors
    Toni Braxton & Babyface’s joint album “Love, Marriage & Divorce” took the prize for R&B album at the 57th Grammy Awards on Sunday. Fans had long awaited the reunion between Braxton and the prolific producer who was responsible for many...
  • Playoff official reaffirms no changes to semifinal dates in 2015-16

    Playoff official reaffirms no changes to semifinal dates in 2015-16
      Football fans can rest assured that this year’s semifinal games of the College Football Playoff will take place as scheduled on New Year’s Eve, according to one official. As first reported by Sports Business Journal, ESPN officials...
  • Virginia day care licensing an issue of safety, cost

    Virginia day care licensing an issue of safety, cost
    Diane Orie likes to think of herself as a grandma to the little ones she takes care of while their parents are at work. At The Sky is the Limit day care one recent morning, Orie entertained 16-month-old Nikolaus Cintron while bouncing his infant...
  • Grammys 2015: Diversity wins onstage but not in awards arena

    Grammys 2015: Diversity wins onstage but not in awards arena
    Onstage, the Grammy Awards show on Sunday will once again be a picture of diversity. In one of the most anticipated performances of the evening, Paul McCartney will share the stage with Rihanna and Kanye West. When it comes to handing out the major...
  • 'Birdman' bests 'Boyhood' again on the road to the Oscars

    'Birdman' bests 'Boyhood' again on the road to the Oscars
    The long takes of Alejandro Inarritu's "Birdman" won out over the long production of Richard Linklater's "Boyhood" at the Directors Guild Awards Saturday. Both formally ambitious in very different ways, "Boyhood" and "Birdman" have been neck-in-neck...