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  Columnist Jim Slusher: On Sunday, we launched into a three-week period of election endorsements with an explanation of why we do them. Today, I want to give you a little closer look at how they work and, perhaps most important, why they're valid.

Endorsements built on sincerity, care for suburbs

Updated: 3/6/2013 04:11 PM

  The Daily Herald endoses Carrie Dahlstrom, Andrew Maglio and Terrence Wittman for Roselle village board.

Endorsements: Maglio, Wittman, Dahlstrom for Roselle village board

Updated: 3/9/2013 12:20 PM

  Returning to the mystical land of "The Wizard of Oz" took more than 70 years and several hundred millions dollars. Disney releases its highly anticipated prequel to the 1939 movie classic on Friday. Directed by Sam Raimi, "Oz the Great and Powerful"...

Disney, Sam Raimi gamble with return to Oz

Updated: 3/7/2013 12:18 PM

  The Paramount Theatre in Aurora has announced its 2013-14 Broadway subscription series of self-produced musicals. The lineup is: "In the Heights," "Miss Saigon," "42nd Street" and "Rent."

Paramount announces four new musical productions for 2013-14

Updated: 3/7/2013 04:49 PM

  Steppenwolf for Young Adults' production of "How Long Will I Cry?: Voices of Youth Violence" is a powerful examination and questioning of gangs and youth violence in Chicago by playwright Miles Harvey and culled from real-life interviews by his...

Steppenwolf's 'How Long' a powerful look at youth violence

Updated: 3/6/2013 04:18 PM

  The fabricated romantic subplot in the World War II drama "Emperor" is the least of the problematic movie's shortcomings. Peter Webber, the British filmmaker mostly known for directing "Girl With a Pearl Earring," handles "Emperor" exactly like a...

Fact-challenged WWII epic drops bomb of its own

Updated: 3/6/2013 04:52 PM

  Sam Raimi's "Oz the Great and Powerful," the highly anticipated Walt Disney prequel to the 1939 classic "Wizard of Oz," lumbers along with a flabby narrative, perfunctory dialogue, stiff direction and affected performances. Then, in the nick of time...

'Oz' prequel a banal beginning to beloved fantasy

Updated: 3/6/2013 04:56 PM

  Dann reviews Pablo Larrain's Oscar nominated, fact-based political drama "No," detailing Chile's 1988 revolution to topple military dictator Augusto Pinochet, only this revolution didn't use guns, but the media as its primary weapon of choice. Dann...

'No' up to the challenge of Chilean revolution

Updated: 3/6/2013 04:59 PM

  Listen to the man, the myth, the brewer give a history about Emmett’s beers and brewery, as well as the history of beer itself, at 1 p.m. Saturday, March 9, at Emmett’s in Downers Grove. The day includes samples of Emmett’s brews...

Night life events: Get schooled in beer at Emmett’s

Updated: 3/7/2013 05:25 AM

  Madeleine Peyroux, “The Blue Room” (Decca/Universal)

Madeleine Peyroux tackles Ray Charles

Updated: 3/7/2013 12:13 PM

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