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Special to baltimoresun.comOne of the first planned communities in the nation, Roland Park was laid out in 1892 as a summer retreat for affluent city-dwellers looking for a cool, laid-back alternative to the bustling downtown. Today, it serves much the same purpose -- its...
TIMES STAFF WRITERLarry Fessenden is a filmmaker with an uncanny gift for the creation of unsettling moods, capable, among other things, of bringing out the spookiness and menace inherent in a bleak winter landscape. He makes unusual, almost handmade art horror films, of...
Special to the TribuneChicago a cappella is a small choir that doesn't use capitals for its name or accompaniment for its singing. But it has all it needs to put on a splendid concert, as it did Saturday: wit, imagination, flawless intonation, and an easy, idiomatic way with...
Sometimes you just reach the chill-out stage. Even during summer in Chicago -- that season you dreamed about a few months ago as temperatures dropped below zero -- there comes a time when it's better to find your fun inside. As thermometers hit 95,...
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Considerable local interest may well greet "Gatsby in Hollywood," receiving its world premiere at the MET Theatre. Author Joshua Rebell traces the turbulent love affair of F. Scott Fitzgerald and Sheilah Graham against the studio politics and media...
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