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  • '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...
  • Disney-style princesses show staying power

    Disney-style princesses show staying power
    Before I explain what it was like to be a childless man surrounded by Disney princesses and the parents who love (and bankroll) them, seated by himself at Disney on Ice and soaking in princess culture — a story: Once upon a time … There...
  • Two years later Disney Dream still cruising with magic

    Two years later Disney Dream still cruising with magic
    Captain Jack Sparrow swings down upon the gang of pirates overtaking the ship. Swords clash before he calms the rumble and they celebrate with fireworks bursting above. Sound like a scene from the next "Pirates of the Caribbean" flick? It's actually a...
  • Cathy Rigby Flies Back To Connecticut For 'Peter Pan'

    Cathy Rigby Flies Back To Connecticut For 'Peter Pan'
    Cathy Rigby returns to Connecticut with a short four-performance run of "Peter Pan," which will play at Waterbury's  Palace Theater. Rigby has been performing the role of the boy who won;t grow up, off and on, for 23 years. The show plays Feb. 15-17....
  • This week at theme parks: 'Space Cowboy,' Beach Boys, Limited Time love

    This week at theme parks: 'Space Cowboy,' Beach Boys, Limited Time love
    Music and romance are centerpieces of activities this week at Orlando's theme parks and attractions. Here's a roundup: + Universal's Mardi Gras is a doubleheader this weekend with the Steve Miller Band on Saturday and the group Boys Like Girls on Sunday....
  • James Conlon plans to stay at the Los Angeles Opera through 2018

    James Conlon plans to stay at the Los Angeles Opera through 2018
    James Conlon is a born and bred New Yorker but sunny Los Angeles apparently agrees with him. The 62-year-old conductor has renewed his contract with the Los Angeles Opera for five more years, and will remain music director at least through the end of the...
  • Epic, Half-Realized, Wildly Swirling Thoughts on Obama, Poverty, Politics, Guns, Chicago, Being a White Guy, the Secret Service, and Little Old Lady Laughs

    Epic, Half-Realized, Wildly Swirling Thoughts on Obama, Poverty, Politics, Guns, Chicago, Being a White Guy, the Secret Service, and Little Old Lady Laughs
    President Barack Hussein Obama came to Chicago last Friday to give a speech at Hyde Park Academy on the South Side, and I went to write about it. Technically, this was my third time seeing the president speak live after making it to election night...
  • Bruton boys, Poquoson girls advance to state tournament

    It's been six years, but Bruton's boys basketball team finally booked a return trip to the state tournament. The Panthers locked up the elusive berth Thursday night at home with a thrilling 66-59 win over No. 7 seed Lafayette in the Region I Division...
  • Simeon All Access | Morrow understands diminished role

    Simeon All Access | Morrow understands diminished role
    Jabari Parker was hurt, Russell Woods was new and an unknown sophomore saved the day. Two days, actually. It was the infancy of Simeon's strange season, and 6-foot-7 Edward Morrow emerged as the unlikely star of two of the Wolverines' first four...