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RedEyeHe is barbaric. His long hair hangs past his shoulders. His beard is unkempt. He chugs from a drinking horn and spits at the crowd. He is Nordic Thunder. And like a warrior with many scars to prove it, he refuses to give up without a fight. His next...
Tags: Entertainment, Music
Perhaps you know Dennis Foley as your neighbor in the Beverly neighborhood, or have seen him playing with his kids in the parks or sitting on a bar stool at one of his favorite neighborhood saloons, the Cork & Kerry, as he doing in the accompanying photo....
Tags: John Marshall, Chicago Tribune
Through the rain the writers and readers and listeners came, hustling into the Museum of Contemporary Art a few Friday nights ago to be part of an evening billed as "Chicago Classics." It was the final event in the estimable, enlightening and, for its...
A Los Angeles man who would visit Aberdeen during the summers of his youth has a credited role in the blockbuster movie "The Avengers." Andrew Cottingham, 26, wore a motion capture suit in parts of the movie. He works for a company called The Third...
The Chicago Jazz Ensemble and the Center for Black Music Research, both based at Columbia College Chicago, will face reduced budgets and redefined missions, according to a plan issued by Columbia President Warrick Carter and obtained by the Tribune. The...
Tribune staff reporterApril is a good month to be a sports fan in Chicago. The Blackhawks are in the playoffs, the Bulls are heading into the postseason vying for the NBA's best record, and the Cubs and White Sox have opened their seasons under new management, fostering...
A Columbia College student was injured when an art display fell on her head late this afternoon in the South Loop, authorities said. Emergency crews were called to the scene in the 600 block of South Wabash Avenue about 4:45 p.m. for a building collapse,...
WGN NewsThe crime problem in Chicago's Englewood neighborhood has been festering for decades. And through the years, there have been numerous efforts to spur investment, revive the infrastructure, and crack down on crime. Yet, Englewood remains one of Chicago's...
WGN NewsSome of the highest crime areas in the country are right here in Chicago. And while homicides citywide were down in 2010, homicides in Englewood jumped 50-percent! The Englewood and Harrison police districts alone historically account for 25-percent of...
All Chicago campuses have class, but a national contest currently says three of them have style to back it up. Northwestern, The University of Chicago and Columbia College Chicago are currently sitting in the top 50 of what fashion startup stylitics....
The drums, as Sonic Youth might say, pound an expressway through your skull. The bass forcefully walks the divide between rhythm and melody. Guitars throw a curtain of dirt over everything, and then smear it around. Beneath all the mayhem, melodies emerge...
Official, non-official, who cares? Dozens of Chicago bands are making the trek down to Austin, Texas, to play both official showcases and just-for-the-hell-of-it sets at SXSW, and we gathered them up in a tidy package for you. RedEye will be following a...
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