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End Promo --> Being as they are the epicenters of informal socializing, Chicago's pubs, taverns and lounges are as much places for tall tales as they are for cold beers. Many bar legends involve ghosts and gangsters, but just as many are living legends:...
FOR THE TIMESWednesday June 30, 1999 You'll hate yourself in the morning. Still, "South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut," in which the little kids with the big eyes and foul mouths save the world from intolerance and Saddam Hussein, is so gleefully vulgar, so...
If this keeps up, they may actually have to create a "Best Awards Show" Emmy category. For the second year in a row, the prime-time Emmy telecast got it right, striking a winning balance between honoring and skewering television, giving quite a few well-...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday October 13, 2000 Talk about perfect casting! Who better to play the most popular gynecologist in Dallas than Richard Gere in Robert Altman's sparkling and wise romantic comedy "Dr. T & the Women"? As dashing as ever, Gere is still young...
Special to the TribuneIf Ameritech is planning an employee outing this holiday season, the beleaguered utility might want to skip the 86th revue at The Second City. And unless its collective sense of humor extends to wicked gags about bus drivers without licenses, the...
Times Pop Music Critic- January 2000. Lynne was restless. Her album had been finished for more than a year, and she wanted to see it in the stores. But Island/Def Jam had been reorganized during the consolidation of labels following Seagram's purchase of PolyGram in late 1998....
AP Entertainment WriterThe Emmys and Latin Grammys canceled their awards ceremonies, amusement parks closed and Hollywood studios locked their gates as Tuesday's terrorist attacks darkened a stunned entertainment industry. All Broadway shows were canceled in New York and box...
Tribune media criticHow do you respond to the World Trade Center attacks? When you work at The Onion, the devastatingly funny and frequently pointed weekly newspaper and Web site, the best way you know how: with humor. Those two paragraphs may sound like a joke with a...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterThe Emmy Awards will go bicoastal for the first time in more than 30 years, with the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences and CBS to stage the ceremony in New York as well as Los Angeles, hoping to inspire more nominees on the East Coast to participate....
Times Staff WriterWith "Storytelling," Todd Solondz continues his acidly funny exploration of the darker side of life in the suburbs of New Jersey that began with "Welcome to the Dollhouse" (1996) and "Happiness" (1998). This time he also probes the ambiguous,...
If seeing the words "Watching" and "Ellie" together yet again don't make you recoil like a dog from the hand of its abusive master, then you probably also have no idea what "skeleton" is or why it's OK to spell "Apollo" with only one 'l.' With promotions...
"Gosford Park" and "A Beautiful Mind" were the feature film winners Saturday night at the 54th annual Writers Guild of America Awards. Episodes of "The Sopranos" and "Everybody Loves Raymond" took home awards for TV series writing. Julian Fellowes won...
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