Entertainment Stories from July 30, 2022
'I know that parade': Gary Sinise returns to Highland Park to meet 'hurting' first respondersJul 31, 2022 9:14 AM - Gary Sinise, who grew up in Highland Park just blocks from the July 4 parade route and even took part in the parade as a kid, returned to Highland Park to show his support for Highland Park police officers and firefighters.
Prospect High alum who made 'Gloria' popular dies of strokeJul 30, 2022 8:26 PM - Jimy Sohns, a Prospect Heights alum and member of Shadows of Knight band, died Friday. Sohns, who made "Gloria" popular, was 75.
'Amber Brown' springs to TV under Bonnie Hunt's sure handJul 30, 2022 7:25 AM - What Bonnie Hunt has done for adults in projects such as "Jerry Maguire," "Dave" and TV's "Life With Bonnie," she now generously extends to children -- and the grownups who love them -- with "Amber Brown," released Friday on Apple TV+.
Book review: 'Proving Ground' profiles first women programmersJul 30, 2022 7:20 AM - When the world's first general-purpose, programmable, electronic computer, known as ENIAC, debuted in 1946, great fanfare was given to the men who created it. But little attention was given to six women who played big parts behind the scenes. In "Proving Ground," author Kathy Kleiman aims to rectify that.
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