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  • A daredevil in a grand public space

    A daredevil in a grand public space
    As I work in Tribune Tower on North Michigan Avenue, I have plenty of chances to pass through Pioneer Court, the privately owned public space directly south of Tribune Tower and north of the Michigan Avenue Bridge over the Chicago River. Ever since the plaza, which is owned by the Zeller Realty Group, displayed the controversial 26-foot-high Seward Johnson statue known as Forever Marilyn, it seems to have morphed into a strikingly vibrant public stage.
  • Kerry Wood hosts country-themed benefit at Joe's

    Kerry Wood hosts country-themed benefit at Joe's
    Kerry Wood hosted the country-themed Woody’s Western Roundup fundraiser last Wednesday at Joe’s Bar, which included a performance by country singer Chris Young. Why the country theme? Because Wood is from Texas and Joe’s is a country...

    REVIEW: 'Evil Dead: The Musical' at the Broadway Playhouse ★

    REVIEW: 'Evil Dead: The Musical' at the Broadway Playhouse ★
    Canada has so much to like: an excellent business climate; a compassionate health care system; some of the finest classical theater in North America; the Maple Leaf cookies they used to sell at Dominick's. Alas some Canadian exports — my mind is...

    'Lilka Kadison' is possessed by the supernatural

    About halfway through "The Last Act of Lilka Kadison," the final show of the 2010-11 season at the Tony Award-winning Lookingglass Theatre, I found myself reflecting on the deep perils of dramatizing the memories of older folk. It's a tempting perennial,...

    Lookingglass captures the ambiguity of baseball's barrier-shattering moment

    Lookingglass captures the ambiguity of baseball's barrier-shattering moment
    There's a moment in "Mr. Rickey Calls a Meeting," the terrific new show at the Lookingglass Theatre, when the caller of the 1947 meeting, Branch Rickey, president and general manager of the Brooklyn Dodgers, throws a crumpled shirt into the arms of Jackie...