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  • NBC's 'Crisis' casts Chicago as D.C. stand-in

    NBC's 'Crisis' casts Chicago as D.C. stand-in
    "Kill the kid!" Dermot Mulroney, in character as ex-CIA analyst Thomas Gibson, is barking orders to a group of people, some standing, some hunched over computers, in a small green- and yellow-tiled kitchen set on a soundstage in the West Side's...
  • Sochi Olympics TV: Figure skating and that pregnant pre-score moment

    Sochi Olympics TV: Figure skating and that pregnant pre-score moment
    The NFL has instant replay and its tense, endless minutes as refs scrutinize ball bobbles under the hood. Basketball has its reviews of three-point lines and halftime buzzer beaters. But for that fraught sports moment just between subjective act and...
  • Super Bowl ads: Movies show up but don't leave biggest impression

    This year's crop of movie trailers airing during the Super Bowl featured such memorable sights as a sword-wielding robot riding a mechanical dinosaur, a flood of truly biblical proportions and a web-slinging superhero battling an electricity-powered...
  • Sochi Olympics TV moment: Shaun White's loss is NBC's gain

    Sochi Olympics TV moment: Shaun White's loss is NBC's gain
    Call them the even-if Olympics. Shaun White's bid to land a third consecutive halfpipe gold was going to be one of the most anticipated events of the Sochi Games even if he hadn't hit the deck in his first run of the finals like Tom Hanks' co-stars in...
  • Essay: Gifted

    Essay: Gifted
    At my family's home in New England, on a piano that has been the centerpiece of the living room since before I was born, amid family pictures, music boxes, candy dishes and curling old Polaroids of family pets, there is a snow globe I made a few years...
  • Dish Offers Six Months of Free Netflix to New Customers

    Dish Network signed a deal with Netflix under which new subscribers who take the satcaster's Hopper digital video recorder will receive six months free of the subscription VOD service. The pact isn't as deep as Netflix would like -- Dish is not...
  • Burn and learn: Running tours of Chicago kick off this weekend

     
    Chuck Betzold, the man I once christened "Geoffrey Baer in spongy shoes," will kick off this year's series of "historical fun runs" Sunday morning with a jogging tour of Bridgeport and the Illinois Michigan Canal. Our run begins with a......
  • HBO’s “The Newsroom” Season 2 preview

     
    Creator Aaron Sorkin’s fast-paced drama The Newsroom returns for Season 2, where the office faces a wrongful termination lawsuit, and tackles real-world subjects like the Occupy Wall Street movement and the 2012 presidential election. Jeff Daniels,...
  • There's little privacy in a digital world

    There's little privacy in a digital world
    During his two-hour morning bike ride, Eric Hartman doesn't pay much attention to his iPhone. But the iPhone is paying attention to him. As he traverses the 30-mile circuit around Seal Beach, Hartman's iPhone knows precisely where he is at every moment,...
  • Q&A: Emma Roberts of 'The Art of Getting By' isn't the Emma from 'Harry Potter,' ok?

    Q&A: Emma Roberts of 'The Art of Getting By' isn't the Emma from 'Harry Potter,' ok?
    After doing constant press for her new movie, “The Art of Getting By,” Emma Roberts is “over” questions about her aunt, Julia Roberts. That’s a bummer, since I was so looking forward to asking what tooth-brushing secrets Aunt...
  • Coffee Companion -- 7/18: U.S. women lose in a heart-breaker

    Coffee Companion -- 7/18: U.S. women lose in a heart-breaker
    Each morning, Monday through Friday, I'll hook you up with reading material to skim through as you slug down coffee and slack off at the start of your workday -- that way I'll have an excuse to do the same at the start of mine.  Running it back: A...