Gastropub/music venue Hey Nonny opens in Arlington Heights
Hey Nonny, the new 3,974-square-foot gastropub/music venue in downtown Arlington Heights, has officially opened its doors.
Festivals: Pumpkin and Halloween happenings, Nightmare on Chicago Street & moreFind plenty of pumpkins -- carved and otherwise -- at seasonal festivals throughout this suburbs this weekend. Here's what's coming up.
'Family Feud' seeks Chicago-area contestantsProducers for "Family Feud" will audition prospective contestants for the TV game show hosted by comedian Steve Harvey next month in Chicago.
Dining out: Hey Nonny's gastropub debuts, Tuscany's free dessert on Sweetest DayFrom the debut of Hey Nonny's gastropub in Arlington Heights to free dessert at Tuscany Oak Brook on Sweetest Day to Morton Arboretum's Cider and Ale Festival, there's a lot happening on the suburban dining scene this week.
Movie review: Death-defying action, irrational risks hallmarks of award-winning 'Free Solo'The often breathtaking adventure documentary "Free Solo" chronicles the exploits of champion climber Alex Honnold, who sets out to be the first person ever to solo climb El Capitan -- and without a harness.
Movie review: Timothee Chalamet gives powerful performance in flawed 'Beautiful Boy'Timothee Chalamet's profound performance helps elevate the fact-based melodrama "Beautiful Boy," a harrowing yet frustrating tale of how a child of privilege and promise became hostage to drugs.
10 hot tickets: Trevor Noah, Amy Schumer and WWE Live Holiday Tour on sale this weekendTickets on sale this weekend: Trevor Noah, Amy Schumer, Art Garfunkel, WWE Live Holiday Tour and more.
Creepy characters take up residence at Naper SettlementWhen Naper Settlement transforms from a historic museum village into a Halloween haven this Friday and Saturday, it's time to leave that costume at home. With more than 23 main attractions spread over the settlement's 13 acres, creepy characters will abound.
'Orange Is the New Black' to wrap after next year's season 7"Orange Is the New Black" is fading to black after its upcoming seventh season.
'Halloween' horror sequel no match for the originalForty years after John Carpenter's horror tale "Halloween" scared audiences in 1978, Jamie Lee Curtis and Nick Castle reprise their iconic characters in a climactic showdown.
Feder: WGN's Larry Potash to host 'Backstory' history seriesLarry Potash, longtime anchor of Chicago's top-rated morning news show, is getting a prime-time showcase to share his love for historical quirks and oddities.
Through the Film Magnifier: Johnny Cash, Homing Pigeons, John Belushi, Ted Nugent, Marshall Brodien and more.
Through the Film Magnifier: Featuring singing nuns, Kickapoo rock fest, the Paddock Olympics, rocket clubs and more.
Through the Film Magnifier: Featuring Joan Rivers, Larry Lujack, The Arlingtones, disco dancing and more