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  • 'Breakfast with Curtis,' an indie about toking, joking and communal living

    'Breakfast with Curtis,' an indie about toking, joking and communal living
    Picture an aging hippie who drinks red wine all day long, walks around barefoot, peppers every third sentence with "man" for emphasis and usually has a deep cut of some '70s-era album playing on the stereo. This is Syd. Every college town, I'm convinced,...
  • Chicago's moving to the myriad beats of Latino music

     Chicago's moving to the myriad beats of Latino music
    What exactly is meant by the term "Latino music"? The rubric is so all-encompassing as to be virtually meaningless, for there are at least as many styles and genres and varieties of Latino music as there are Latino and Hispanic cultures on the planet....
  • 'Billions' brings pigeons' extinction tale to screen

     'Billions' brings pigeons' extinction tale to screen
    The star of a new, compelling and cautionary documentary titled "From Billions to None: The Passenger Pigeon's Flight to Extinction" (10 p.m. Thursday on WTTW-Ch 11) is a dead pigeon named Martha. She died on September 1, 1914, in a zoo in Cincinnati,...
  • Sam Farmer's NFL picks for Week 1

    Sam Farmer's NFL picks for Week 1
    The Times’ NFL writer, Sam Farmer, examines this week’s matchups. Lines according to Glantz-Culver (O/U = over/under). Farmer’s record last year was 159-96-1 (.624). Using point spreads with the scores Farmer predicted, the record...
  • Barefoot Contessa, 'Check Please' host to chat

    Barefoot Contessa, 'Check Please' host to chat
    Best-selling chef and TV host Ina Garten is coming to the Auditorium Theatre on Nov. 6, and she’ll be joined by Catherine De Orio, host of “Check Please!” on WTTW-Ch. 11. Garten, host of Food Network’s longtime cooking show...
  • Successful woman technology leader needed at Chicago's 1871

     Successful woman technology leader needed at Chicago's 1871
    1871, the city's leading home for tech startups, announced Friday that its incubator for women-led companies would begin accepting applications this week under a new name, brand and logo. But the newly christened WiSTEM 1871 still lacks what matters...
  • Emmy nominees stand tall, but NBC sells telecast short

    Emmy nominees stand tall, but NBC sells telecast short
    It’s time for the Emmy Awards again, and I am excited and angry. More angry than excited, so let’s take a bite out of that apple first. I’m angry because the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards telecast airs almost a month earlier than usual...
  • Sam Farmer's NFL Week 3 picks

    Sam Farmer's NFL Week 3 picks
    The Times’ NFL writer, Sam Farmer, examines this week’s matchups. Lines according to Glantz-Culver (O/U = over/under). Last week’s record 8-8 (.500); season 19-13 (.594). Using point spreads with the scores Farmer predicted, the record...
  • Fioretti on CPS: The 'robust discussion' solution

    Fioretti on CPS: The 'robust discussion' solution
    Last night on WTTW-Ch. 11's "Chicago Tonight" --- Segment host Eddie Arruza: What would you have done differently with the school situation, given its budget?  Mayoral candidate Ald. Robert Fioretti, 2nd:  Well, I think there were a lot of areas...
  • Lewis' new photo says she's running for mayor

     Lewis' new photo says she's running for mayor
    Take a look at the new Twitter avatar that Chicago Teachers Union president Karen Lewis posted last week, then tell me she's not running for mayor. The avatar is the little image — usually a portrait — that appears prominently on a user's...
  • Candidates need reality check on pensions

     Candidates need reality check on pensions
    What to do about our state's worst-in-the-nation pension liability? Gov. Pat Quinn says he doesn't need a "Plan B" to address the problem because he believes the Illinois Supreme Court will uphold the pension reform law he signed in December. Bruce...