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Orland Park

Orland Park
Public schools are highly ranked in this southwest suburb. There are plenty of restaurants and dining options, tons of recreational activities, and the shopping is plentiful and upscale. Housing ranges from apartments and condominiums to reasonably priced single-family homes and modest mansions. Read more about Orland Park, IL.

Find community news and events at TribLocal Orland Park.
Public schools are highly ranked in this southwest suburb. There are plenty of restaurants and dining options, tons of recreational activities, and the shopping is plentiful and upscale. Housing ranges from apartments and condominiums to reasonably priced single-family homes and modest mansions. Read more about Orland Park, IL.

Find community news and events at TribLocal Orland Park.
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  • WUCF showcases racing teams, artist

    WUCF showcases racing teams, artist
    Fans of local feature reporting can look to WUCF-Channel 24 on Thursday, when the PBS station offers the programs "Artisodes" and "One" back to back.  On "Artisodes," New Smyrna Beach artist Bryce Hammond will share his process. The program, at 8 p.m....
  • TV Picks: 'Altman,' 'Poirot,' Cartoon Hangover shorts, 'The Killing'

    TV Picks: 'Altman,' 'Poirot,' Cartoon Hangover shorts, 'The Killing'
    "Altman" (Epix, Wednesday). Ron Mann, the director of the documentaries "Twist" and "Comic Book Confidential," has made a movie about Robert Altman. There is no American director working in my lifetime whose work has meant more to me than Altman, and...
  • Noel Black, Director of Cult Hit 'Pretty Poison,' Dies at 77

    Noel Black, who directed the 1968 black comedy "Pretty Poison," a cult hit despite a diverse critical response, died of bacterial pneumonia at a hospital in Santa Barbara, Calif. on July 5. He was 77. Starring Anthony Perkins and Tuesday Weld, "Pretty...
  • NATAS Announces Technology and Engineering Emmy Recipients

    The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has announced the recipients of the 66th Annual Technology and Engineering Emmy Awards, to be presented at the Consumer Electronics Show. "The National Academy's Technology and Engineering Achievement...
  • TV picks for the week of Aug. 3-9

    Near the 40th anniversary of his resignation from office, former President Richard M. Nixon gets a lot of TV face time. Pro football is back (kind of) and we're in for more "Bachelor" shenanigans. Here's what caught my eye on television this week:...
  • Robert Drew dies at 90; pioneer of documentary filmmaking

    Robert Drew had no experience in filmmaking when he directed the 1960 documentary "Primary" that was radically different from the way TV documentaries were made at the time. Drew's film, about relatively unknown Sen. John F. Kennedy campaigning in...
  • TCA: What Resonated and What Didn't

    The Television Critics Assn. recently wrapped up ts annual two-week-long press tour at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, with the nets trotting out their latest and greatest for the jaded press corps. As several key trends emerged for the new season, some...
  • Chicago/Midwest Emmy Awards returning to live TV after 25 years

    Chicago/Midwest Emmy Awards returning to live TV after 25 years
    The Chicago/Midwest Emmy Awards is returning to live television for the first time in 25 years. The 56th annual ceremony, which honors the best in local TV, will air Nov. 1 on public station WYCC-Ch. 20, with the first two hours broadcast live from...
  • 'Downton Abbey' Earns Intense Fanbase and Emmy Love

    "Downton Abbey" merits its best drama nom this year. Despite two previous nominations, the PBS period piece that broke the "Upstairs, Downstairs" mold has never won the Emmy in that competitive category. Season after season it compels: a combination of...
  • Is it Time to Expand the Emmys Best Drama Series Category to Ten Slots?

    Should the top drama category at the Emmys be expanded? The answer from many in the biz is a resounding yes. After all, we are living in a time of smallscreen riches. The elite competition has been so tough and so strong -- from AMC's gritty...
  • Former Morning Call reporter to appear on PBS' "Who Killed Jimmy Hoffa?"

     
    A former Morning Call reporter who wrote a book about one of the prime suspects in the death of Teamsters boss killed Jimmy Hoffa, will be featured on tonight's episode of "History Detectives Special Investigation" at 9 p.m. on PBS.......