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  • Protest by Brazilian truckers grows, creating shortages

    Weeklong protests by Brazilian truckers demanding lower fuel and toll prices have spread, causing shortages of gasoline and other products. The Transportation Ministry's press office said Wednesday that truck drivers were blocking roads in 10 states...
  • Disney to update 'DuckTales'

    Disney to update 'DuckTales'
    Will you go for a new "DuckTales"? Disney Television Animation will bring out a new version of the beloved animated series that ran from 1987 to 1990. The stars again will be Scrooge McDuck, his trouble-prone grandnephews Huey, Dewey and Louie, and...
  • ‘Supergirl': Calista Flockhart set as media mogul Cat Grant for CBS show

     
    “Supergirl” has found its Cat Grant. Actress Calista Flockhart will play the self-made media magnate in the new one-hour CBS […]...
  • Luke Macfarlane On His Role In 'Reverberation,' His Passions And Aspirations

    Luke Macfarlane On His Role In 'Reverberation,' His Passions And Aspirations
    In talking to Luke Macfarlane, the TV, film and stage actor, about furniture making, which is just one of his passions, you also get a window into his art, and his life. Listen to him talk about how he approaches woodworking — with knowledge and...
  • Woodstock Academy hosts annual unified basketball competition

    When the Woodstock Academy Unified Basketball team took to the floor on Feb. 19, they did so with much fanfare. Under dim gym lights and to the sound of loud music, each player was introduced to the crowd. A spotlight followed them through a tunnel formed...
  • Soap opera star gives acting advice to Joliet high schoolers

    Theater students at a Joliet high school will benefit from the expertise of a soap opera star following his recent visit. Walt Willey, who played Jackson Montgomery in "All My Children," gave acting advice last week to Joliet Central High School students...
  • Rauner's new head of Illinois Film Office looks to spur film and TV jobs

    Rauner's new head of Illinois Film Office looks to spur film and TV jobs
    The Illinois Film Office has a new director. Gov. Bruce Rauner has appointed GOP political consultant Christine Dudley, who steps into a job that primarily focuses on luring TV and film projects to Illinois. Dudley takes over for Betsy Steinberg, who...
  • Theater review: Rewarding 'Shropshire Lad' creates narrative with poetry, music

    Theater review: Rewarding 'Shropshire Lad' creates narrative with poetry, music
    "A Shropshire Lad" is an unusual work for the Crowded Kitchen Players. The adaptation of a book of poems by A. E. Housman features verses recited by actors, presented with traditional Celtic music and dance and a bit of incidental dialogue. It is more...
  • Interviewing Aerosmith: Classic band says new concert movie catches its best as it looks to the future

    Interviewing Aerosmith: Classic band says new concert movie catches its best as it looks to the future
    When classic rock band Aerosmith took the stage at England’s Donington Festival last June, the group’s members knew it was a special night. The band burned through 19 tunes, including classic songs such as “Walk This Way,”...
  • 'Rooms' to rock the Stache bar

    'Rooms' to rock the Stache bar
    Outre Theatre Company starts its concert series with a production of "Rooms: A Rock Romance," to be staged at Stache Drinking Den in Fort Lauderdale's Himmarshee Village. Set in 1977, the story takes place against the backdrop of the punk rock and new...
  • Amazon gives second seasons to four kids shows

    Amazon gives second seasons to four kids shows
    Amazon gets a lot of attention for its adult programming, such as "Transparent" and "Bosch," but the company has also been aggressive about building its children's programming. That mission got reaffirmed on Monday with the announcement it was giving...