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Michael Robbins called from the road. He explained he was driving back to Chicago from Mississippi, headed for his new apartment in Andersonville, white-knuckling at the wheel of a U-Haul too big for him, a drumbeat of imminent freeway death pounding in...
In a community ravaged by indescribable tragedy, every individual act of kindness, every unexpected moment of joy takes on a special significance that only those who are living with it can truly understand. So, when Loyola freshman Jason Crane organized...
If you don't know by now that geeks are doing the bullying these days, I'd urge you to mention the words "Game of Thrones" or "Doctor Who" around the office water cooler. "The Avengers" director Joss Whedon is one of the most powerful men in Hollywood,...
Right in the middle of "G.I. Joe: Retaliation," which is one sort of action movie, there's another, better one that lasts five or six very good minutes. We're in the Himalayas, where the fancy ninjas such as Storm Shadow (Byung-hun Lee) and Snake Eyes...
I view most efforts to coerce people into doing a particular thing on a particular day with suspicion. Consider Christmas. It can be great, but I'm not sure little baby Jesus would need an Xbox. And why did President Ronald Reagan make June 25 National...
Tags: Holidays, Germany, Ronald Reagan, Thanksgiving
Even now, even as paid critics become an endangered species, there remains a lot of television criticism, discussion of the import and meaning of the various filmed entertainments that flicker across our ever-larger screens. Much rarer are critiques of...
All you need is love, according to "Upside Down," to save your planet from the dystopian doldrums. Nice sentiment: Fritz Lang's "Metropolis," among others, got there first. This new movie — like its heroine, a little foggy in the noggin — is...
Tags: Movies, Fritz Lang, Timothy Spall, Kirsten Dunst, Jim Sturgess
Spring is in the air, and so are new experiences at Orlando-area theme parks and attractions. Let's walk through a few fresh — or upcoming — opportunities. Waterworks Legoland Florida's water park is back open for the season, and it has...
Elementary school attacks occurred in China and the U.S. In China, the weapon was a knife, zero dead. In the U.S., the weapon was an assault rifle, 28 dead. The war on Christianity is being lost because Christians are trying to be nicer than Jesus...
Years ago when I was a student at Northwestern University, a handful of executives at America Online came to my class and explained that you, I and everyone we know would soon find ourselves pleasantly stranded on "information islands." We nodded,...
Thieves broke into a west side Indianapolis home, taking Christmas away from an area family. Danielle Ward is still in shock. The thieves stole all of her children's Christmas gifts along with the family’s televisions, video game systems and...
Tags: Holidays, Theft, Criminals, Kmart, Religious Festivals
It’s bad enough that we’d already endured weeks of Christmas commercials before Thanksgiving Day, but this year’s ridiculous idea of having stores open on Thursday really bugged me. I heard a few shoppers on the news today saying that...
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