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For Mary J. Blige, "The Breakthrough" was a smash -- with an asterisk. The 35-year-old R&B singer dominated the nominations for the 49th annual Grammy Awards by accumulating eight, including nods for song and record of the year, even though...
Cocktail 3359 N. Halsted St. 773-477-1420 Sights: Cocktail is simply the hippest neighborhood bar you'll find in Chicago. It is unique because it's located in the heart of Boys Town on North Halsted Street, an area known for its gay residents and...
SPECIAL TO THE TIMESFriday October 6, 2000 "CyberWorld 3D" is a state-of-the-technology collection of computer-animated clips, rendered for the three-dimensional Imax format, that stubbornly remains less than the sum of its parts. Much of the program consists...
Special to the TribuneShowcasing singer Neil Tennant's droll delivery and programmer Chris Lowe's savvy way with synthesizers, the Pet Shop Boys landed enough hits in the '80s to coast comfortably for the rest of their career. But as the '80s gave way to a new decade, then a...
Tags: Eminem, Willie Nelson
At the end of each year, this column enumerates at least 10 reasons why Chicago's independent music scene is second to none. As 2002 wraps up, I had to expand to a dozen indie albums to accommodate all my local favorites from the last 12 months. Several...
Special to the TribuneLike a light-footed musical cat burglar, Chicago's Aluminum Group has quietly crept into the ranks of its hometown's most distinctive and rewarding bands, and this duo of Frank and John Navin has secured its place there with its melodic new CD "Happyness"...
Tags: John Mayer, Dave Matthews, Gram Parsons, Jason Mraz
NewsdayNEW YORK The story of Rufus Wainwright's life is lurching toward a drama worthy of one of the operas he loves. In this part of the tale, the fabulously talented singer-songwriter son of fabulously talented singer-songwriter parents must make a...
We know there are only two reasons to watch the Olympics: Michael Phelps and the Iraqi soccer team. OK, and gymnastics too, but we miss Keri Strug. While the matches may be riveting, who wants to stay home glued to the couch? Root for your fave athletes...
Tags: Television, Michael Phelps, Sandwiches, Salads, Long Island
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