From Illumination at the Morton Arboretum to a Northbrook Court parking lot, you can shell out big bucks for highly trafficked drive-thru holiday light shows. Or you can just find the right neighborhoods.
2020 in Chicago music was a COVID-based challenge, that artists like OHMME, Roy Kinsey and others found ways to navigate.
'Nocturne' at Gray Warehouse is open to the public but by appointment to maintain social distancing.
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2020 Holiday season: Gifts, streaming, more
- From Illumination at the Morton Arboretum to a Northbrook Court parking lot, you can shell out big bucks for highly trafficked drive-thru holiday light shows. Or you can just find the right neighborhoods.
- The year started with a flurry of promising shows, with a suburban "Grease," Steppenwolf's "Bug" and the Goodman's "Graveyard Shift" among the standouts. Then the pandemic came and everything went dark. Unrest filled the arts scene. But creativity remained.
- Alan Krashesky said he is recovering from a “planned surgical procedure” and expects to return to the anchor desk at the ABC Chicago station “sometime in January.”
- The feature will include both new and classic Christmas songs and center on a down-and-out singer’s life being turned upside down when she is mistaken for writing the next Christmas hit.
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- he one success story of “Wild Mountain Thyme” belongs to Blunt, who has yet to give a poor or lazily considered performance.
- Tuesday marked the 20th anniversary of the release of “Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon,” an occasion being celebrated with a new limited-edition 4K UHD Blu-ray. It remains a movie unlike any other.
- Relief is coming in the form of the concert movie of Grande’s 2019 “Sweetener” world tour, called “Excuse Me, I Love You.” It will premiere on the streaming service on Dec. 21.
- Showrunners Gloria Calderon Kellett and Mike Royce took to Twitter on Tuesday to share the sad news that their acclaimed Cuban American sitcom, inspired by Norman Lear’s 1975 original, is “officially over” after four seasons.