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I never got hooked on Lost, it was too confusing after a while. I am not a fan of The Walking Dead or Fear of the Walking Dead. Both are filled with too much gross, face eating bloody gore for my taste. I disliked Twin Peaks which was creepily sexist…
Sunday, 05 July 2015 00:00

Review: The Waiting Room

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“The Waiting Room” is an insightful arrangement of relationships in tension with themselves and the outside world, pressed together in the arena of a government agency. Social outsiders, each carrying the weight of a broken soul mismatched with their partner or their environment, struggle to find themselves. This story exemplifies…
Sunday, 26 April 2015 00:00

Exclusive with Matt Dillon at C2E2

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Buzz News Chicago's Kimberly Katz speaks with Wayward Pines star Matt Dillon at C2E2 on the new Fox series directed by M. Night Shayamalan.  
Monday, 27 April 2015 00:00

Exclusive with M. Night Shayamalan at C2E2

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Buzz News' Kimberly Katz talks with M. Night Shayamalan at C2E2 in Chicago on his new Fox series Wayward Pines starring Matt Dillon
Lyric Opera of Chicago is proud to present the all-new exhibition “Creating Carousel” at the Civic Opera House. It opens on Friday, April 10, coinciding with the preview matinee performance of Lyric’s new production of Carousel. The exhibition, on the lower level of the Civic Opera House, will be open for all performances…
Temple Invisible is the dark-experimental, electronic, post-industrial musical project of Irina Bucescu, Costas Ivanov and Daniel Olteanu – three multi instrumentalists from Bucharest, Romania. Temple Invisible‘s music diffuses a unique blend of electronic influences and musical genres combined with a classical sense of composition. Since releasing their debut single ‘Disappearance’…
Bands, in general, are a dime a dozen. There are so many groups out there that flood the music scene, but not all of them are good. The real trick is to find a new band with original music that just kicks ass. Thankfully the Chicago Metropolitan area has found…
Despite my love for all things Coach K (Duke) and the amazing color scheme worn by the greatest player of all time (light baby blue and white of North Carolina), I have always identified the Illini as my favorite college basketball team. From the days of first starting to watch…
The Chicago International Film Festival’s semi-centennial celebration will feature an exciting lineup of features, documentaries and shorts made in Chicago and throughout Illinois, including three World Premieres, as part of its City & State program. Recently dubbed the “Best Place to Live and Work as a Filmmaker,” by “MovieMaker” magazine,…
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