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  • Bliss goes seriously amiss in 'You're the Worst,' 'Married'

    Bliss goes seriously amiss in 'You're the Worst,' 'Married'
    Watching FX's new back-to-back comedies "You're the Worst" and "Married," it's difficult not to be a tiny bit concerned with the emotional state of its executives and the writers pitching them. What, for example, is the collective divorce rate at the...
  • 'Satisfaction' and 'Rush' sound a bit familiar

     'Satisfaction' and 'Rush' sound a bit familiar
    The blue skies of USA are darkening as the network that built itself on smart, fun summer programming copes with increased competition from all sides. Two new dramas debuting Thursday night fit much more in the industry-wide equation of "successful"...
  • Orlando theme park and attractions discounts, prices and hours

    Orlando theme park and attractions discounts, prices and hours
    Here's a selection of attractions offering reduced prices: Aquatica: off BeachLine Expressway at Interstate 4 southwest of Orlando; 407-351-3600; Florida residents can purchase single-day tickets to Aquatica Orlando for 50 percent off the regular...
  • Zach Braff moves on to a parental state in 'Wish I Was Here'

    Zach Braff moves on to a parental state in 'Wish I Was Here'
    Zach Braff is looking a little exhausted. He has good reason to. For the last few months Braff has been going all out six days a week on the New York stage as the lead in "Bullets Over Broadway" — while, on his day off, flying to cities around the...
  • Concert review: Andrea Marcovicci at Davenport's

    Concert review: Andrea Marcovicci at Davenport's
    The subject of travel must mean a great deal to Andrea Marcovicci, for she sings and speaks of it quite movingly in her show "No Strings." Launching her annual residency at Davenport's on Wednesday evening, Marcovicci offered a whirlwind tour of the...
  • Review: 'Sex Tape' ★ 1/2

    Review: 'Sex Tape' &#9733 1/2
    Like "2001: A Space Odyssey," Jake Kasdan's "Sex Tape" is a grim cautionary fable about the evils of technology, in this case pitting its desperate protagonists against an unseen force people refer to as "the cloud." Unlike "2001," it's also a stupid,...
  • Dan + Shay on the verge of something big

    Dan + Shay on the verge of something big
    It's been a meteoric career rise during the past year and a half for Dan Smyers and Shay Mooney. The two first met in December of 2012. Today the singer-songwriters have a hit album on their hands as the duo Dan + Shay. "A great song always wins,"...
  • Giorgio Moroder is back in business

    Giorgio Moroder is back in business
    "I wasn't doing too much in the past ten, fifteen years," says Giorgio Moroder, the fabled Italian record producer and EDM pioneer. "And now, with a little help from Daft Punk, I'm back in business." Moroder, who will do a DJ set at the Pitchfork...
  • 'Affluenza' tries for 'Great Gatsby,' comes up shortchanged

     'Affluenza' tries for 'Great Gatsby,' comes up shortchanged
    It might be true that the very rich, as F. Scott Fitzgerald put it, "are different from you and me," but movies about their profligate kids tend toward dime-a-dozen sameness. "Affluenza," director Kevin Asch's look at excess in Great Neck, N.Y., abounds...
  • Chicago Latin Jazz Festival takes off in Humboldt Park

    Chicago Latin Jazz Festival takes off in Humboldt Park
    Chicago does not lack for jazz festivals, but surely one of the most appealing unfolds each summer at the Humboldt Park Boathouse. Set on the veranda of a historic building alongside a picturesque lagoon, the Chicago Latin Jazz Festival feels like...
  • Review: Well-told 'Aftermath' unfolds as yet another apocalypse

     Review: Well-told 'Aftermath' unfolds as yet another apocalypse
    At the start of "Aftermath," a series of nuclear explosions hits across the globe and once again, moviegoers, it's the end of the world as we know it. Though they won't win any prizes for originality, writer Christian McDonald and director Peter...