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  • When movies feel like TV

    When movies feel like TV
    Last month after a screening, even as the lights came up in the theater, I could feel "Zero Dark Thirty" fading, its images and impact already softening in my head. No, no, wait: not fading — mingling. If our cultural experiences rub shoulders at...
  • Subaru recalls more than 630,000 vehicles

    Subaru recalls more than 630,000 vehicles
    Subaru on Thursday announced that it was recalling 633,842 vehicles to check for a problem with a fuse in a puddle light that could short-circuit and lead to a fire. The move affects Subaru Legacy and Outbacks made in 2010 and 2011, Tribeca models made...
  • 9/27-30 Dallas VideoFest

    organization: Dallas VideoFest date: Sept 27-30 address: DMA 1717 N Harwood Dallas, TX 75201 VideoFest is marking its 25th anniversary this September by returning to its roots, bringing the programming back to the Dallas Museum of Art. Five of the...
  • Be there: RedEye's The Social, a web-focused talk show

    Be there: RedEye's The Social, a web-focused talk show
    Social Media Week is fast approaching--Sept. 24-28--and Chicago is taking center stage with more than 90 events around the city as part of the global celebration of social media nerdery. RedEye's been on the social media game for years and years--we...
  • 2nd Rape In 10 Days In A NYC Park Prompts Safety Questions

    2nd Rape In 10 Days In A NYC Park Prompts Safety Questions
    A second rape in a New York City park in less than two weeks raises the question of safety in New York parks overall. In the latest case, the man accused of rape had been out from behind bars for a year after having served seven years for attacking...
  • Vie alum opening German restaurants

    Vie alum opening German restaurants
    One of the culinary minds behind the Michelin Star-winning restaurant, Vie, has announced plans to open not one, but, technically, two German-style restaurants in Chicago.     The west suburban restaurant’s chef de cuisine, Nathan Sears, is pairing...
  • Google takes on Mexican drug cartels

    Google takes on Mexican drug cartels
    Sylvia Longmire, a longtime analyst whose book “Cartel” on the war on drugs at the violence-ridden U.S.-Mexican border has been read by organized crime figures in Mexico, will share the podium Tuesday with a former arms broker and a former...
  • Interview: Dave Peterson, the Man Behind Bridgeport's Rampage Skateshop and Skatepark

    Interview: Dave Peterson, the Man Behind Bridgeport's Rampage Skateshop and Skatepark
    Rampage Fashion Event July 29, Rampage, 1625 Railroad Ave., Bridgeport, (203) 366-7267, (203) 521-1645, rampagesk8shop.com   The first thing that happens when I introduce myself to Dave Peterson is he offers me a piece of meat. But not just any piece...
  • Toronto announces Canadian slate: Pics include 'Antiviral,' 'Laurence' 'Stories'

    TORONTO Brandon Cronenberg's Cannes pic "Antiviral" and Sarah Polley's Venice-bound docu "The Stories We Tell" are among 19 Canuck features unveiled Wednesday by the Toronto Film Festival, which will play across all the fest's sections. "Antiviral"...
  • 2013 Nissan Pathfinder gets mileage from redesign

    2013 Nissan Pathfinder gets mileage from redesign
    Nissan admits that it's among the last automakers to offer a crossover with three rows of seats, something Honda and Toyota have peddled since the early 2000s. Through September, three-row midsize and large crossovers have edged north of 660,000 sales....
  • Music and movies coming to Buchanan

    Music and movies coming to Buchanan
    It started as an idea between cousins... "We wanted to give the opportunity to independent film makers to get their films on screen," explains Mike Conner. ...And, months later, came together as an event. Says Rick Bowman, "I thought it'd be great...