Filmmaking, a rough-and-tumble business that requires an army of collaborators and millions in financing, can be a grueling endeavor. It’s not historically been the providence of octogenarians. But we may be living in the golden age of the aged filmmaker.
Texas-based Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille plans to open its third Chicago-area location April 15 as part of the ongoing Hawthorn mall redevelopment in Vernon Hills. The fre...
Crooner Richard Marx returns to Chicago; Tommy Kessler and Damager head up Beat Kitchen’s Winter Prom; and Tony Orlando brings his “Farewell Tour” to the suburbs this weekend.
When Adam Sandler, as moody Czech astronaut Jakub in Johan Renck's “Spaceman,” is asked during a broadcast to Earth if he's lonely, he answers in platitudes, but his eyes betray the truth. Yes, he is lonely. Very lonely.
Big Chicken in Rosemont will celebrate founder Shaquille O’Neal’s birthday on Wednesday, March 6, with free ice cream cones.
Mark your calendars for Monster Jam at Allstate Arena, the DuPage Comic Con in Wheaton, “The Price Is Right Live” at the Chicago Theatre and more this weekend.
The unlikely friendship between a skunk and a badger inspired Lifeline Theatre’s family-friendly premiere “Skunk and Badger,” beginning performances this week along with Goodman Theatre’s Chicago premiere of Margaret Atwood’s “The Penelopiad.”
Like its predecessor, “Dune: Part Two” thrums with an intoxicating big-screen expressionism of monoliths and mosquitos, fevered visions and messianic fervor — more dystopian dream, or nightmare, than a straightforward narrative.