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Tribune Media ServicesUltimate Fighting fans know Chuck Liddell as The Iceman. But since retiring last year, the 41-year-old mixed martial artist now is known as The EVP -- the executive vice president of business development for the Ultimate Fighting Championship. He also...
Ravens running back Ray Rice said he never intended to disrespect Hines Ward when he commented about the Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver's DUI arrest a week ago, but he still stands by his remarks. On Rice's Twitter account, he posted that Ward's...
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The Hippodrome Theatre is largely defined by marquee Broadway shows, from "The Lion King" to "South Pacific." But starting Monday, the theater aims to be a hub for local arts groups, becoming much more than just a stopping-off spot for touring artists and...
Whatever you did this summer, Cecilie Skog has you beat. "I was in the Arctic Ocean trying to canoe to the North Pole," said Skog, a Norwegian explorer and adventurer. "It was great, but we had to turn around because of the ice conditions. "It was just...
Los Angeles Times Fashion CriticThe extraordinary workmanship on display in "Il Teatro alla Moda — Theater in Fashion" in Beverly Hills makes it easy to understand why Italy's haute couture fashion scene was once as revered as that of France. The exhibition, which runs through...
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Five way-cool dudes, fedoras lowered to their eyebrows, shuffle in sync onto the dance floor as the theme from "Mission: Impossible" blares. After several impressive leaps and splits, they step dance and clap with military precision, then file into a...
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The arts world craves star power. Locally, we're covered. Opera? No problem — Plácido. Classical music? Dudamel. Dance? There's ... well, anyone there? Anyone at all? This s explains why perhaps the most important dance figure of the past quarter...
Legendary dancer Mikhail Baryshnikov is not long off the plane from Paris, where he just finished playing a lonely ex-general in "In Paris," an experimental theater piece based on a short story by Russian Nobel laureate Ivan Bunin. His souvenir from his...
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WGN NewsPrincess Fun for Girls Many girls dream of being a princess, and love to incorporate that dream into their lives while they play and indulge in all things "girly". Jean Lemke and Nina Taluc, co-founders of kidwinks.com, are here today to share with us...
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WGN NewsCandace Corey Gift suggestions: Gift of Your Time We don't get to spend as much time as we want with our Mom so slow down to with a nice evening out to dinner but it doesn't have to be a hassel. Just go online or as a mobile app, to www.opentable.com....
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