Film critic Karina Longworth is reporting from the Toronto International Film Festival this week. The best, most daring and form-defying documentaries in the world right now are being funded by the Danish Film Institute, and so it goes that the nonfiction knockout of TIFF thus far is The Act of Ki ... More >>
Some theorists think that, as he neared the end of his life, screen legend Marlon Brando turned from human flesh into bacon. In this instance, he's just outlined in it. reddit.comThe Hogfather Reddit user siskoeva posted the photo, stating that her mother made it for a friend's 50th birthday. ... More >>
by Bob Weinstein; Wikipedia. Note to self, as a future historical-figure-ghost: If Sarah Palin and Paul Revere are any indication, the best way to trend on Twitter 200 years after your death is to have someone controversial give a particularly strange recounting of your life's work, as inform ... More >>
thenudiefoodies.comFood and sex keep colliding all over the place, often in the name of doing good. The Loop had a couple of naked ladies promoting veganism for PETA yesterday. Elsewhere, food bloggers are losing their clothes to aid Japan. The Nudie Foodies are 18 "cover model-caliber ... More >>
Left Bank Books, the venerable Central West End bookstore that recently turned 39 "for the first time," in the words of events coordinator Danielle Borsch, held a grand opening celebration at its new downtown location, 321 North Tenth Street, last night.Ben Brantley, the eleven-year-old son of co-ow ... More >>
Bike gangs run rampant this weekend
Bike gangs run rampant this week
Thanks in part to Charlie Barron's total commitment to his character.
The Rat Pack -- Live at the Sands deals a losing hand at the Fox.
Ian hastens to tasty Cherokee Street but can only waddle back home.
Whatever the part, J. Samuel Davis acts it.
(City Museum, Downtown)
Superman II: The Richard Donner Cut
Apocalypse Now: The Complete Dossier
(The Fox Theatre, June 29)
You'll swear you've seen this Superman somewhere before
The Godfather game isn't personal. It's strictly business.
Week of November 23, 2005
Take a ride with The Tempest's wizard
Week of May 25, 2005
The Kirkwood Theatre Guild elevates Bells Are Ringing
Saturday, January 29; Sheldon Concert Hall (3648 Washington Avenue)
Streisand and Hoffman save a family -- and a movie, too
Skip A Picasso -- but don't miss the show at Cookie's
Bruce Vilanch does Hairspray at the Fox
Santarchy defiles the holiday
Chris Rock takes no prisoners
Or forever hold your peace
Why can't Americans make TV shows as good as Brit import MI-5?
A difficult play about difficult choices is performed ably by theater students
Week of November 13, 2002
Week of October 9, 2002
Two prominent companies unfurl their first productions of the fall season. So far, so good.
Afroman's hit ode to chemical stimulation has him high on life in Mississippi
The Black Rebel Motorcycle Club may be indie rock's Next Big Things, but, like a little black dress, they're also perfectly classic
Francis Ford Coppola re-creates his Vietnam phantasmagoria
Masters of the thriving genre of Harley art, David Uhl and Scott Jacobs depict life high on the hog
Like many great artists, violinist Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg has an inner fire, but all some critics see is smoke
New art inspired by old times
Directed by Kelly Makin
Grease evolves into a figure-skating show with Nancy Kerrigan as Sandy