Having apparently exhausted himself dispensing so much BS, Mayor Rahm heads off for a holiday, leaving the rest of us to get ready for Jesus Garcia’s January 6 appearance at the Hideout.
Mayor Rahm could learn a thing or two from the great pool hustler Freddy “the Beard” Bentivegna—if he hasn’t already.
A close look at the climax of Paul Newman’s Sometimes a Great Notion, which screened in Chicago this past Monday.
Rodgers and Hart’s 1940 musical Pal Joey, now in revival by Porchlight Music Theatre, pushed Broadway’s boundaries.
David Cromer fails to get a handle on Tennessee Williams’s Sweet Bird of Youth
George Roy Hill’s 1977 Paul Newman hockey drama screens Wednesday 2/3 at Lincoln Hall.
A legend, cast against type.