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  • Recommended classical music concerts

    Recommended classical music concerts
    St. Olaf Choir: The famed collegiate chorus under director Anton Armstrong presents the first of two concerts it will give in the area this winter. 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Fourth Presbyterian Church, 126 E. Chestnut St. (repeated Feb. 14, Pick-Staiger Concert Hall, Northwestern University, 50 Arts Circle Drive, Evanston); $20-$40; 800-363-5487, stolafchoir.com
  • Onetime Marlon Brando haunt lists in Hollywood Hills West

    Onetime Marlon Brando haunt lists in Hollywood Hills West
    A 1926 Spanish Revival residence that was once home to leading man Marlon Brando is on the market at $3.495 million. Set above Sunset Strip in Hollywood Hills West, the unusual castle-like house features a step-down living room with vaulted ceilings,...

    Julianne Moore's fifth Oscar nod may be the charm

    Julianne Moore could be seen at the Golden Globes hobbing and nobbing with her begowned, betuxed colleagues at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, waiting for the list of nominees in the lead actress, drama category to be read. She was one of the five for her...

    At 74, Al Pacino is still chasing that next great role

    At 74, Al Pacino is still chasing that next great role
    He knows that when he enters a room, his reputation precedes him. At age 74, with a long and legendary career behind him, he's well aware that he can easily intimidate people. They look at him and see Michael Corleone from "The Godfather," Sonny Wortzik...

    Critic's conundrum: How well to know people you cover

    Critic's conundrum: How well to know people you cover
    Buried within the splendid Roger Ebert documentary "Life Itself" lies a mini-debate over what might be called critical etiquette. Specifically, while Ebert formed close relationships with directors and other talent whose work he critiqued, longtime Time...