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  • 'Dancing With the Stars All-Stars' recap, Gangnam style and more guilty pleasures

    'Dancing With the Stars All-Stars' recap, Gangnam style and more guilty pleasures
    And now we're back for the second half of "Guilty Pleasures" week. There's some gimmick during introductions where the Team Gangnam women are all stony-faced while the men try to make them laugh. Cheryl's having the hardest time not cracking up. Melissa...
  • 'Last Resort' star Jessy Schram's TV juggling act

    'Last Resort' star Jessy Schram's TV juggling act
    Jessy Schram laughs when I suggest she's the hardest working gal on TV these days, but she shouldn't. In the past two years, she's had plum roles in three high-profile series. The Skokie native and former Buffalo Grove resident currently can be seen at 7...
  • Thoughts from Dr. Joe: Learning the art of confidence

    Twenty-five years ago I was throwing down shots of Gray Goose vodka, helping to celebrate the 60th anniversary of Glendale Community College. Since it was a rather hoity-toity affair, I borrowed a suit, bought a tie and ironed a shirt. In those days I...
  • 'Once Upon a Time' recap, Just in time for Frankenstorm

    'Once Upon a Time' recap, Just in time for Frankenstorm
    "No, not magic. Science," Frankenstein says, as he brings his brother back to life during a convenient storm. That's right, "Once" fans. Dr. Whale was revealed to be the infamous mad scientist in this episode titled "The Doctor." I'm pretty sure...
  • Q&A: Chicago native Nadine Velazquez of 'Flight'

    Q&A: Chicago native Nadine Velazquez of 'Flight'
    Here’s something you may not expect to hear from “Flight” co-star Nadine Velazquez, who’s often included on lists with “hottest” or “sexiest” in the title. “I just didn’t want to be a face...
  • There's no need to neuter Meatball

    After La Crescenta’s enchanting visit from a bear this past summer, we took the time to christen him “Meatball” after his favorite dish, which he scavenged prior to splashing in someone’s pool to cool off. He was captured and moved...
  • Meatball should be left intact

    After the foothills' enchanting visit from a bear this past summer, we took the time to christen him “Meatball” after his favorite dish, which he scavenged prior to splashing in someone's pool to cool off. He was captured and moved to...
  • Some facts for Meatball fans to chew on

    I share Rafael Aberasturi's lament that the bear Meatball has been saved by placing him in captivity, and that now he is to be neutered. However, I would like to point out that the neutering of Meatball will not endanger the population of bears in the...
  • 'American Horror Story' Q&A with Sarah Paulson

    'American Horror Story' Q&A with Sarah Paulson
    Last fall, FX’s "American Horror Story" burst onto the scene as one of television’s best drama miniseries and was nominated for 17 Emmy Awards. This season, co-creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk flipped the script by changing characters,...
  • On Harbor Boulevard, a pretense of business as usual

    On Harbor Boulevard, a pretense of business as usual
    The protests that roiled Anaheim this summer had no regular home base, no Zuccotti Park or Tahrir Square. Instead, demonstrators angry over a series of shootings by Anaheim police marched on several days along Harbor Boulevard and a handful of other...
  • You'd have to be a Scrooge not to like 'A Christmas Carol' at Toby's

    You'd have to be a Scrooge not to like 'A Christmas Carol' at Toby's
    One thing that Ebenezer Scrooge does not get is a good night's sleep. That's because pesky ghosts keep appearing with reminders that he needs to reconsider his grumpy life. Ever since Charles Dickens wrote "A Christmas Carol" in 1843, audiences have...