Imagine if Jordan, not Obama, was the leader of the Democratic Party.
The Shermer Club: A John Hughes Fest will take place June 22-25 in the city and suburbs where Hughes’s classic 1980s teen movies were filmed.
The Brooklyn author’s North Shore adolescence was a different kind of teen movie.
Under general manager Dennis Wolkowicz, the Patio Theater in Portage Park reopens as a neighborhood movie house.
The Asian American Showcase presents two weeks of movies by Asian expatriates in the U.S.
New reviews and notable screenings in this week’s issue
Printers Row Lit Fest’s 30th year brings hundreds of authors and booksellers to the South Loop.
Undead teens clash in the young-adult romance Vampire Academy.
John Hughes’s movies helped define the 80s for a lot of people, and one underappreciated way they did that was through the characters’ clothes. Wardrobe was rarely front-and-center in his flicks, but many a teenage girl yearned to look as adorable as Molly Ringwald in her vintagey, off-kilter ensembles. Here’s a short appreciation of the […]
What ever happened to John Hughes?