The three minute trailer for the upcoming
It's not every day you see the Mayor of Chicago in a prime time TV series. The ex-governor of Illinois? Sure. But not the Mayor.
Emanuel – who plays himself – nods at a firefighter as he walks toward him during the scene and then shakes his hand. Asked about it in March, Emanuel told NBC "It's easier being mayor than playing mayor. I told them I'd do it under one condition: the TV show is making an investment to the firefighter's widow and orphans fund."
The series from producer
Outside the ring: Billy Corgan watched his Resistance Pro wrestling event from the crowd Friday at Teamster Auditorium. The Smashing Pumpkins rocker didn’t get involved in any of the matches or storylines, but it looked to me like he was about to at one point in the night when he yelled “No” and stomped his foot. It turned out that Corgan was just frustrated with a staff member for playing a wrestler’s theme music at the wrong time. Corgan was spotted Saturday at N9NE Steakhouse and
Big ups: The Chicago Public School students who provided the illustrations for
On the record: "Sometimes when you work with a director you know you not only may never see him again, sometimes you hope you never seen him again. And that goes for the director as well. They can't wait for you to leave. They drive you to the airport to make sure you leave. That happens. With Wes, I've never gotten a ride to the airport." - Actor and Wilmette native Billy Murray talks about his “
Heads up: “Boss” star
Sightings: Singer John Mayer had lunch Tuesday at Jake Melnick’s Corner Tap in the Gold Coast while in Chicago for his album listening party at the House of Blues. … Sanaa Lathan, in town filming Starz’s “Boss,” and Tyrese Gibson had dinner May 10 at Japonais. Lathan dined with “Boss” co-star