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  • 'Moochie Kalala' TV series stars Tim Kazurinsky and Chicago's museums

    'Moochie Kalala' TV series stars Tim Kazurinsky and Chicago's museums
    Sunday's first episode of the new, Chicago-made kids' TV series "Moochie Kalala Detectives Club" starts with Tim Kazurinsky's character telling his grandkids a fantastical story that leads to a search for truth at Adler Planetarium.
  • Big dino discovery unfolds at a thriller's pace

    Big dino discovery unfolds at a thriller's pace
    "Bigger Than T. rex," the story of two University of Chicago paleontologists piecing together the facts about the largest predatory dinosaur yet found, unfolds at the pace of a good thriller. That's a rare thing to be able to say about a science...

    Sounds of summer beckon at Grant Park

    Sounds of summer beckon at Grant Park
    While portents of change echo across the local summer music landscape, one hot-weather classical enterprise that remains impervious to change, justifiably so, is the Grant Park Music Festival. Given the successful marriage of municipal sponsorship and...

    A thank you to the complex, unique Karen Lewis

    A thank you to the complex, unique Karen Lewis
    We owe a thank-you to Karen Lewis. A thank-you for her vigorous pursuit of her beliefs and for giving us a taste of what a real contest for mayor might be like. A lot of us are going to miss having her in the brawl. Chicago politics has never seen...

    PBS series explains why Chicago needed a lift

    PBS series explains why Chicago needed a lift
    Chicago was the first American city to have a modern sewer system, and because it is so flat, it also had one of the hardest obstacles to achieving that. The story of, essentially, the jacking up of downtown Chicago to allow the waste system to be...