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"I used to spend summers with Uncle Nick as a kid," Pissios, a former real estate developer, tells me. He hung around the Cinespace Toronto soundstages. "That's how this whole thing happened. A few years ago, I was building condominiums by the United...
This is not a political story. This is a story about acting and the thin line between a performance and a public face. This is about aesthetics. Please do not read any ideological argument into the following or take what I am about to say as cynicism or...
Club patron throws object at Drake at V Live, Amber Tamblyn appearing at Printer's Row, 'Boss' films at The WitDrake didn’t head straight to his next tour stop like some artists do after his show Saturday at First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre in Tinley Park. The “Best I Ever Had” rapper kept the party going in the Chicago-area that night an the...
'Boss' filming wraps in Chicago, Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis coming to Wrigley Field, Pitchfork sightingsIf you followed Kelsey Grammer’s time in the Chicago area filming Season 2 of cable network Starz’s “Boss,” you likely know the five-time Emmy-winning actor had his wife’s name tattooed on his hip in April at Insight...
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T.I. joins cast of 'Boss' in Chicago, Bethenny Frankel appearing at Jewel and Binny's, Vince Vaughn linked to 'Rockford Files' filmRapper-turned-actor T.I. – who will guest star on the second season of the Chicago-based Starz series “Boss” – had lunch at Harry Caray’s Italian Steakhouse in River North Thursday. T.I. sat at the V.I.P. table at Harry...
There must be someone besides me watching "House of Cards." Someone? Hello? I know you're out there. The new made-for-Netflix series, a baker's dozen of episodes that made their debut in one fell swoop two weeks ago, has gotten as much publicity...
Alewives are the stinky fish that used to wash up en masse on Lake Michigan beaches. So it is that we bring you the 17th annual Alewife Awards to commemorate the rankest cultural flotsam and jetsam to hit our shores over the past year. Memo to vendors:...
Last month after a screening, even as the lights came up in the theater, I could feel "Zero Dark Thirty" fading, its images and impact already softening in my head. No, no, wait: not fading — mingling. If our cultural experiences rub shoulders at...
It was a notable year for Chicago's film and TV industry, both for projects that came — and those that didn't. First, the good news. The city was home to four television series in 2012. That is an unprecedented number. TV, however, is a fickle...
Now that the elections are over, what's good on TV? There are many fine and steamy political dramas set in Chicago. "The Good Wife" and "Boss" are two of my favorites. Yet these shows, like so many others, revolve around white characters. If the national...
Look at that face in the photo and try to tell me that is not a great neighborhood face. Aging handsomely and full of life, it is the face of actor Danny Goldring — even the name is neighborhood perfect, Danny — sitting in the barbershop...
The Hartford CourantDebate season is upon us. Candidates take time from fundraising to prepare, so you know they understand the stakes. If you have not been watching the wild series "Boss" on the Starz premium cable channel, you missed a candidate's ultimate debate...
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