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  • Inside iO Theater's new home in Lincoln Park

    Inside iO Theater's new home in Lincoln Park
    Thirty-two years ago Charna Halpern approached Del Close with an offer. He was already a renowned director in the world of comedy, and working at Second City. She had just launched the ImprovOlympic and wanted him to teach a class.
  • After ZZ Top pullout, act for Musikfest's 2nd largest stage also cancels tonight

    Musikfest has had its second artist cancellation for illness, and like ZZ Top, the group would have played on the 10-day Bethlehem festival's opening night tonight. On its second-biggest stage. Carolyn Wonderland, an up-and-coming Texas Gulf Coast...

    Chris Kattan closes out of Hollywood Hills

    Chris Kattan closes out of Hollywood Hills
    Actor and comedian Chris Kattan has parted ways with his home in the Hollywood Hills, selling the park-like property for $1.55 million. The bungalow-style residence, built in 1924, sits among mature trees and verdant gardens with a main home, a guest...

    Vintage Bill Murray video from Second City stage

    Vintage Bill Murray video from Second City stage
    If you're a website touting a new series called the Second City Archives, there's probably no better way to start it off than with a vintage Bill Murray clip. You know, from the days before he became a serious actor mostly in Wes Anderson films. The...

    Review: 'Poking a Dead Frog' by Mike Sacks

    Review: 'Poking a Dead Frog' by Mike Sacks
    A more ponderous proposition there is not than a scholarly analysis of what comedy is and why we laugh at something. Take Arthur Schopenhauer — please. Humor, Schopenhauer writes, can be "traced to a syllogism in the first figure with an...