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  • Today in History

    Today is Tuesday, March 10, the 69th day of 2015. There are 296 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On March 10, 1985, Konstantin U. Chernenko, who was the Soviet Union's leader for 13 months, died at age 73; he was succeeded by...
  • Celeb birthdays for the week of March 8-14

    March 8: Songwriter Carole Bayer Sager is 71. Musician-actor Micky Dolenz of The Monkees is 70. Bassist Randy Meisner (The Eagles, Poco) is 69. Singer Peggy March is 67. Singer Gary Numan is 57. News anchor Lester Holt is 56. Actor Aidan Quinn is 56....
  • Events will honor karate master with 'Karate Kid' connections, famous students

    Events will honor karate master with 'Karate Kid' connections, famous students
    When you've taught as long as Fumio Demura, you get elaborate anniversary parties. And distinguished guests. The 76-year-old karate master, who runs the Shito-Ryu Karate-Do Genbu-Kai International dojo across the street from Santa Ana College, will...
  • Stand-up Maz Jobrani on the culture of comedy

    Stand-up Maz Jobrani on the culture of comedy
    When you grow up as Maz Jobrani did, as one of the few Iranian American kids in the rich Bay Area town of Tiburon, a kid embarrassed when his dad drove him to school in a Rolls-Royce instead of a Volvo like the other parents — comedy might come...
  • Sundance: Slate includes Sarah Silverman as addict, Jemaine Clement as dad

    Sundance: Slate includes Sarah Silverman as addict, Jemaine Clement as dad
    Dramas with unlikely performers and documentaries about unexpected subjects dot the 2015 Sundance lineup -- including a Sarah Silverman film about an addict mother and nonfiction looks at subjects as diverse as Mexican drug cartels and the amateur porn...
  • REVIEW: 'The Inside' by MPAACT at the Greenhouse Theater

     REVIEW: 'The Inside' by MPAACT at the Greenhouse Theater
    Before playwright Lydia Diamond went to Broadway in 2011 with "Stick Fly," her compelling and witty story of a wealthy black family on Martha's Vineyard confronting secrets and prejudices, she honed her voice in small theaters in Chicago. ("Stick Fly" got...
  • What really happened at Steppenwolf Theatre

    What really happened at Steppenwolf Theatre
    The board of directors at the Steppenwolf Theatre Company engaged earlier this month in the kind of image management one associates more with politicians and major corporations than a nonprofit Chicago theater with roots in rough-hewn theatrical daring....
  • Showtime Nabs Tate Taylor's 'In the Heat of the Night' TV Series

    After bidding by multiple outlets, the new TV series rendition of "In the Heat of the Night" from Tate Taylor, Warren Littlefield and MGM TV has landed at Showtime. The pay cabler has commissioned multiple scripts with an eye toward a straight-to-...
  • 2014 Chicago fall theater preview

    2014 Chicago fall theater preview
    Perhaps it dates back to the classic Greek tragedies performed at harvest-time festivals, but autumn has always been prime season for theater. "In the summertime, people like to do summer things, and then all the [theater] seasons start up in the fall,"...
  • Playing with memory in 'Marjorie Prime'

    Playing with memory in 'Marjorie Prime'
    What is it that everyone is so concerned about losing these days? Oh, that's right: their memory. Fortunately, I have my smartphone to get me out of a jam when I can't remember the name of that actress who was just in that movie, you know the one with...
  • 'Cosmos' recap: Science is more than a boys club

    'Cosmos' recap: Science is more than a boys club
    Ask most people to name a famous scientist and — assuming they don’t draw a blank — they will likely cite Albert Einstein, Isaac Newton, Stephen Hawking or possibly Cosmos host Neil de Grasse Tyson. You know, someone with high name...