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  • Bravo for Richard Sherman's epic rant ripping Crabtree

    Bravo for Richard Sherman's epic rant ripping Crabtree
    Richard Sherman is apparently the worst person in the world because he called out Michael Crabtree. Oh, please. The Ninny Police on Twitter and Facebook probably would have crushed Muhammad Ali during his prime. You remember that guy, I presume?...
  • Sundance: Chaz Ebert on the Emotional Roller Coaster Behind 'Life Itself'

    Nine months after Roger Ebert's death, his wife Chaz can still sense his presence. "When you have somebody like that and they are not there, there's a lot of energy gone," says Chaz Ebert, who married the film critic in July 1992. "And yet, I still...
  • Jon Anderson, 1936-2014

    Jon Anderson, 1936-2014
    Jon Anderson, an unflappable Canadian with a shock of white hair, a patrician demeanor and a cheerful facility in French, quickly stood out in 1970s-era Chicago newsrooms marked by chain-smoking reporters, clacking typewriters, hurled invectives and...
  • Dropping the 'L' bomb

    Dropping the 'L' bomb
    Look no further than Amy Webb's short-lived romance with a bass player for evidence of the emotional stakes surrounding that very first "I love you." "I'd gone to see him perform, and after his first set ended, he came over and told me I was the love of...
  • Dinner invitation is accepted on host's terms, not guest's

    Dinner invitation is accepted on host's terms, not guest's
    Dear Miss Manners: When my husband and I were invited to a friend's dinner party, I replied that I did not think we could arrive in time for dinner, due to a work commitment with a specific end time, but that we could arrive after dinner if that would...
  • Sex toys are for everyone

    Sex toys are for everyone
    Sex toys have been around almost as long as sex itself--or at least since Paleolithic times. They've appeared on ancient Greek vases, been uncovered at archaeological digs and there's even a reference to dildos in the Bible (Ezekiel 16:17). Despite...
  • About 'About Last Night...,' the Chicago version

    About 'About Last Night...,' the Chicago version
    The weekend of '80s remakes is upon us, with both 1981's "Endless Love" and 1987's "RoboCop" opening in theaters, plus one more that taps into a strange sentimental teenage memory for me: 1986's "About Last Night…" Though fundamentally a...
  • Memo to Universal's Donna Langley: Avoid Sympathetic Characters

    MEMO: TO DONNA LANGLEY In keeping with this column's tradition of dispensing advice to people who haven't asked for it, I am offering herewith some ideas for you to ponder as you embark on your expanded responsibilities at Universal. Think of them as a...
  • Jonathan Adler: Loving Lucite and other new looks for fall

    Jonathan Adler: Loving Lucite and other new looks for fall
    Jonathan Adler's Los Angeles boutique is humming with valets, pop music and the first party guests arriving for a charity fundraiser. Inside, the designer is midway through a guided tour of fall additions to his collection when husband Simon Doonan, the...
  • Dan Savage Headlines the Connecticut Forum's 'Being Gay' Panel

    Dan Savage Headlines the Connecticut Forum's 'Being Gay' Panel
    Hey Faggot! That's how folks first met Dan Savage over 20 years ago. For years, it was the standard salutation for those who sought his advice through his Savage Love column in The Stranger. Soon the column became nationally syndicated. Savage Love...
  • Popular Science and the comment conundrum

     
    By Andrea Garcia-Vargas, editorial board intern Popular Science’s decision last week to shut down its comment section—for good—has brought about yet another controversy over reader comments. Multiple publications have already refined...