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Hundreds gathered in Richmond Saturday to honor the second man who died in a news helicopter crash earlier this week. David Garrett is remembered as a talented and courageous photojournalist who made a strong impression on the local news industry. His...
Zap2It.comHaving closed the books on "Blade," Spike TV is set to begin work on its next potential original series. Production was scheduled to begin Monday on "A.M.P.E.D.," a pilot from former "X-Files" executive producers Frank Spotnitz and Vince Gilligan about a...
The Swampby Mark Silva The spouses of the G-20 summit got a morning of mingling, music and other entertainment at the Royal Opera House today. Michelle Obama arrived wearing a turquoise outfit, with a billowy skirt and cardigan cross-hatched in white,......
OF THE MORNING CALLGabrielle Weiss thought it was a good idea, but her father needed convincing. Could his 13-year-old, 80-pound daughter really qualify for the U.S. Women's Open? Should she even try? ''He didn't think so, but I changed his mind,'' Weiss said. ''It's going...
The Hartford CourantTo earn a place on The Courant's All-Academic Winter season team, members must earn a varsity letter in a CIAC-sanctioned sport and have the highest grade point average among all student athletes at their schools. One male and one female athlete is...
Tags: Basketball, Wrestling, Field Hockey, Swimming, Sports
Special to the TribuneThey were dancing in the aisles of the Chicago Theatre Tuesday night, even as Bryan Ferry, the man leading the revelry, was describing the dark side of the party. He turned love into bondage, crooning, "I can't escape," on "Slave to Love," and a few...
Tags: Bryan Ferry, Bob Dylan
Special to the Tribune"Glengarry Glen Ross," which originated at Goodman Theatre's studio 18 years ago, returns to Chicago in a Steppenwolf Theatre Company revival by Amy Morton. She directs Alan Wilder, Gary Brichetto, Peter Burns, Matt DeCaro, David Pasquesi, Tracy Letts and...
Tags: Comedy (genre), Times Square, Boeing Co., Family, Chicago Cubs
Tribune chief criticThe "Guys and Dolls" that's playing here through Dec. 16 is a very bright, very broad cartoon version of the classic Broadway musical. It's pitched at a high noise level and played at a frantic pace, its jokes delivered with such mugging and screeching...
Tags: Comedy (genre), Toys, Damon Runyon, Entertainment, Toy Industry
- To earn a place on The Courant Spring All-Academic Team, a student athlete must earn a varsity letter in a spring sport and have the highest grade point average among athletes at his/her school. One male and one female from each school is selected....
Tags: Lacrosse, Tennis, Golf, Patrick Burke, Baseball
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