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Dad takes wife and kids on a road trip with assassins on his tail in the tone-deaf Apple TV+ movie.
Larry Bellorín and Joe Troop are on a mission to demonstrate that roots music knows no borders.
Former Second City actor played a Santa Claus impersonator in the 1990 holiday classic.
Uneven season of Netflix’s celebrated series about the British royal family does better with sophisticated storylines about Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral and the final days of Princess Margaret.
Harvard prof seeks people for trial of medication aimed at stopping Alzheimer’s before symptoms begin.
Artist Shawn Michael Warren previously completed a giant mural featuring Oprah Winfrey in the West Loop.
A 3-day pass pre-sale starts at noon Dec. 14, while supplies last.
Man watched the disease do damage to his father and worries when the young woman eats carelessly and gains weight.
Weird comedy’s star, Emma Stone, goes all in as a rapidly maturing, endlessly curious woman created in a lab.
‘Oppenheimer’ director Christopher Nolan, ‘Poor Things’ star Emma Stone and ‘The Holdovers’ actor Paul Giamatti also win awards from the group.
Directed by Gwendolyn Whiteside, the production is rich in holiday cheer without ever becoming soppy or sentimental.
The “America’s Got Talent” runner-up co-stars in “Boop! The Musical,” now in its pre-Broadway run at Chicago’s CIBC Theatre.
Woman, 56, gives serious thought to trying the treatment, despite her husband’s insistence that she looks great as she is.
Timothée Chalamet underwhelms in a scattershot origin story that mixes too many ingredients into its chocolate-covered plot.
The rapper’s Pink Friday 2 World Tour arrives in Chicago on April 24.
The former movie palace is set for its public debut after an upgrade that cost nearly $40 million.
The hit Broadway show will make its North American tour debut with a 21-month run in Chicago starting next fall.
Documentary shines spotlight on instrumental talents who added to classic tracks by James Taylor, Carole King, Joni Mitchell and other greats.
‘Lost and Found’ will be presented at Gallery 6 in Logan Square Thursday.
It’s a strong list of contenders despite a few odd choices about ‘The Bear,’ ‘Jury Duty’ and ‘May December.’