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  • Thanks, Obama, but city is already home to many historic libraries

    Thanks, Obama, but city is already home to many historic libraries
    How nice: We are getting a new library. Where? What? Who knows, and there are lots of other questions to be answered, but last week came the news that Barack Obama's presidential library and museum will open here in … well, that's another...
  • Florida Travel Tips & Deals

    Florida Travel Tips & Deals
    Check this list often as new tips, events and deals around Florida come in: Savings on Silversea Fort Lauderdale-based Silversea Cruises is reintroducing its popular Silver Select promotion with enhanced savings options available for a limited time on...
  • Music of the Baroque ended its season with style

    Music of the Baroque ended its season with style
    Music of the Baroque ended its season at Evanston's Pick-Staiger Concert Hall Sunday night with choral compositions that gave the evening's theme of war and peace. As has happened frequently in recent seasons, the most substantial work, Franz Joseph...
  • Hail and farewell, Ars Viva Symphony

    Hail and farewell, Ars Viva Symphony
    With Alan Heatherington about to trade his musical ministry for a religious ministry, it seemed appropriate that Ars Viva, the midsized symphony orchestra he founded in 1995 and built into one of the area's finest, should play its very last concert to a...
  • Cannes: 'Saul,' 'Carol' stir up the past, and praise

     Cannes: 'Saul,' 'Carol' stir up the past, and praise
    CANNES, France — There's no quicker way to cheapen the memory of the Holocaust than to use it to discuss next year's Academy Awards. Nonetheless, countless filmgoers have been doing just that over the weekend, all over this sun-kissed Cote d'...
  • Bruno Mars closes out Rock in Rio festival with a bang

     Bruno Mars closes out Rock in Rio festival with a bang
    Rock in Rio USA, the new-to-America music festival that wrapped Saturday after two often-incoherent weekends here, needs to figure out some things if it wants to compete in the rapidly growing festival scene dominated by the likes of Coachella and...
  • Chris Burden's 'Ode to Santos Dumont' inspires wonder, delight

      Chris Burden's 'Ode to Santos Dumont' inspires wonder, delight
    In the 1970s, Chris Burden's radical performance art courted danger and grappled with violence. He had himself shot, conducted harrowing endurance tests, crawled bare-chested over glass on a dark city street, held a TV talk-show host hostage at...
  • Synapse Arts takes on truth in humorous, uneven 'You're So Stubborn'

     Synapse Arts takes on truth in humorous, uneven 'You're So Stubborn'
    There are so many ways to lie, so many degrees of and reasons for deception. Where do you start with such a subject? Where do you end? Not surprisingly, Rachel Damon's often humorous new movement-theater work on lying — "You're So Stubborn,"...
  • 'Mad Max' kicks a post-apocalyptic extravaganza into overdrive

     'Mad Max' kicks a post-apocalyptic extravaganza into overdrive
    "Mad Max: Fury Road" will leave you speechless, which couldn't be more appropriate. Words are not really the point when it comes to dealing with this barn-burner of a post-apocalyptic extravaganza in which sizzling, unsettling images are the order of...
  • 'Mad Max: Fury Road' rules: Keep it real and really wild

    For longtime fans of director George Miller's "Mad Max" franchise, the brutal and often bizarre landscape of his reboot, "Mad Max: Fury Road," will be both nostalgically familiar and as alien as ever. "Fury Road" revisits the universe Miller created...
  • 'Pitch Perfect 2' brings more lowbrow fun

    'Pitch Perfect 2' brings more lowbrow fun
    The comedy choir wars are more intense, more absurd and more lowbrow fun than ever in "Pitch Perfect 2." It is almost impossible not to be amused by the cutthroat world of competitive a cappella. Watching the international battle royale that is at the...