Police in St. Vincent and the Grenadines say U.S. actor Christian Oliver and his two daughters died in a plane crash near a tiny private island in the eastern Caribbean.
Pain and trauma permeate Michel Franco’s new drama about two lost souls who find surprising comfort in one another.
Anthony Hopkins stars as Sigmund Freud, adding to a string of sterling late-chapter performances by the 86-year-old actor.
Also this weekend, a jazz festival and an exhibition of Tiffany designs that runs just a few more days.
Glynis Johns, a Tony Award-winning stage and screen star who played the mother opposite Julie Andrews in the classic movie “Mary Poppins” and introduced the world to the bittersweet standard-to-be “Send in the Clowns” by Stephen Sondheim, has died.
Forty years ago this week, Oprah Winfrey appeared on Chicago television for the first time.
The latest Blumhouse Productions release is moody, watery, half-good thriller, starring a terrific Kerry Condon.
Billy Joel and Stevie Nicks will perform together June 21 at Soldier Field, according to Live Nation.
Janine Williams of Bolingbrook opened The Exhibit House in April on the 4th Floor of Water Tower Place in downtown Chicago.
Including an event for the Fairy Castle at the Museum of Science and Industry, a new movie at the Adler and radical Japanese ceramics at the Art Institute.
From speculative futures to documentary pasts there’s something for everyone at Chicago’s galleries and museums in the first few months of 2024.
ESPN sports analyst Pat McAfee apologized Wednesday for quarterback Aaron Rodgers’ prior comments on his show suggesting that comedian Jimmy Kimmel had ties to Jeffrey Epstein.
What are we looking for this winter? Our list includes some well-known titles, including the next "Ghostbusters," as well as some edgier and fringier films.
With the Hollywood strikes resolved, the new year promises a return to normal — whatever “normal” looks like these days.
Director Andrew Haigh has taken familiar feelings and oft-explored ideas in his own spectral direction, with a superb cast.
David Mamet's latest work is a nonfiction book titled “Everywhere an Oink Oink.”
Andy Cohen and Anderson Cooper rang in 2024 with some boozing on live television -- bringing back alcohol consumption to CNN after staying sober for last year’s New Year’s Eve broadcast.
Hey Nonny is hosting a women's jazz festival with an impressive roster of artists including Mary Halvorson's Amaryllis Project and Alexis Lombre.
Tom Wilkinson, the Oscar-nominated British actor known for his roles in “The Full Monty,” “Michael Clayton” and “The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel,” has died at age 75, according to his family.
Hollywood closed out an up and down 2023 with “Wonka” regaining No. 1 at the box office, strong sales for “The Color Purple” and an overall $9 billion in ticket sales that improved on 2022′s grosses but fell about $2 billion shy of pre-pandemic norms.
A look at the notable celebrities and newsmakers who died in 2023.
Shecky Greene, the gifted comic and master improviser who became the consummate Las Vegas lounge headliner and was revered by his peers and live audiences as one of the greatest standup acts of his generation, has died. He was 97.
Paula Abdul has accused former “American Idol” producer Nigel Lythgoe of sexually assaulting her in the early 2000s when she was a judge on the reality competition show, according to a new lawsuit.
It’s fiction week for the Biblioracle Book Awards. Consider these the crème of some very delectable crème of my year in reading.
Early in Steve McQueen’s extraordinary documentary, the film cuts to the interior of the elegant main hall in Amsterdam’s grand Royal Concertgebouw.
Drawn from a true story, this is a painstakingly wholesome, sun-dappled, old-fashioned movie.
There's lots to do as 2023 comes to a close, from fireworks displays to theater shows.
New Trier Township High School graduate Matthew Polenzani has come a long way as a singer since his high school days ended in 1986 and most recently performed with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra for its Messiah performances from Dec. 21 to 23.