Scratchboard Kitchen hosts new dinner series Women in Culinary Driving Change
The women behind Arlington Heights' Scratchboard Kitchen are pairing with other women in the food industry for a series of special dinners.
Writers Theatre serves up Anna Ziegler's 'The Last Match' onlineThe COVID-19 pandemic curtailed Writers Theatre's revival of Anna Ziegler's "The Last Match," but the Glencoe theater rebounded earlier this year, resumed rehearsals and filmed the production.
In possible Oscar preview, 'Nomadland' wins at Spirit AwardsChloé Zhao's "Nomadland" won best feature at the 36th Independent Spirit Awards in a ceremony that turned the annual beach soiree into a virtual, mostly pretaped event, and, possibly, an Oscar preview.
'Romeo and Juliet' on PBS celebrates the play's theatrical rootsThe National Theatre's latest take on "Romeo and Juliet," a filmed production that adds cinematic touches to the tragic 16th-century love story, will air on PBS.
'Mortal Kombat' wages grim, vapid battle in film adaptationA film based on a violent video game should at least be fun. Not "Mortal Kombat," an edited-to-death, dramatically flat action fantasy.
Feder: Chicago Public Media promotes Tracy Brown to WBEZ content chiefTracy Brown, who joined WBEZ 91.5-FM as managing editor in 2019, has been promoted to chief content officer of the Chicago Public Media news/talk station.
Dann Gire traverses the year's 'Nomadland' in search of Oscar winnersViola Davis? Carey Mulligan? Frances McDormand? The Best Actress race may be the hardest to predict for Sunday's Oscars, Dann Gire says.
Lombard Lilac Parade postponed to SeptemberThe annual Lombard Lilac Parade has been postponed due to concerns about the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
The shows must go on: Medieval Times, Six Flags reopening this weekMedieval Times in Schaumburg is anticipating a renaissance Thursday, while in Gurnee, Six Flags Great America is making plans to provide visitors with thrills they've been without since 2019, starting Saturday.
Single man bonds with woman he hires to carry his baby in 'Together Together'Ed Helms stars a single man who hires a surrogate to help him become a dad in the semi-quirky film drama "Together Together."
Documentary 'Gunda' offers intimate, wordless portrait of a pigVictor Kossakovsky's wordless documentary "Gunda," shot in textured black and white, is a modest but artful portrait of a pig and other barnyard animals.
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Images:Through the Film Magnifier: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Hamburger University, Tug-O-War, Dance competitions and more
Images:Through the Film Magnifier: WrestleMania, Michael Jordan, slot car recing, canoe classes and more
Through the Film Magnifier: Little League Opening Day, Jayne Kennedy, C3PO actor, First Test Tube baby and more