Archive For The “Entertainment” Category

Redbox lists top movie rentals and streams for 2020

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Redbox lists top movie rentals and streams for 2020

Redbox lists top movie rentals and streams for 2020 With the Coronavirus COVID-19 Pandemic suppressing entertainment and public activities during most of 2020, Redbox lists the movies that were most popular for their customers, through Redbox rentals and also through Redbox Streaming. Here are the lists of the Top 10 films of 2020 including rentals…

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Ridley play premieres free online at Goodman Theater

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Ridley play premieres free online at Goodman Theater

Ridley play premieres free online at Goodman Theater GHOST GUN BY OLIVIA RIDLEY MAKES ITS DIGITAL PREMIERE AS PART OF “#ENOUGH: PLAYS TO END GUN VIOLENCE,” SHORT PLAY COMPETITION FOR MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS, DECEMBER 14 – 20 ON BROADWAYONDEMAND.COM. RIDLEY JOINS PULITZER PRIZE NOMINEE DAEL ORLANDER SMITH, TONY AWARD WINNER DAVID HENRY HWANG…

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Geffen/UMe set to release new Mamas and Pappas vinyl album

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Geffen/UMe set to release new Mamas and Pappas vinyl album

Geffen/UMe set to release new Mamas and Papas vinyl album The Mamas & The Papas’ Chart-Topping Debut Album Set For Black And Color Vinyl Via Geffen/UMe On January 29, 2021. An Instant Classic, ‘If You Can Believe Your Eyes And Ears’ Features “Monday, Monday” and “California Dreamin’” On January 29, Geffen/UMe is set to release The…

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Release of Alex Winter’s highly acclaimed documentary on Frank Zappa, “Zappa,”

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Release of Alex Winter’s highly acclaimed documentary on Frank Zappa, “Zappa,”

Release of Alex Winter’s highly acclaimed documentary on Frank Zappa, “Zappa,” Forget Black Friday, Franksgiving is the real event as today ushers in the long-awaited release of Alex Winter’s highly acclaimed documentary, “Zappa,” about the prolific genius composer, free speech activist, cultural ambassador to Czechoslovakia and legendary musician, Frank Zappa, as well as the surprise digital…

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The Coronavirus versus the “cost virus,” the public is paying for it

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The Coronavirus versus the “cost virus,” the public is paying for it

The Coronavirus versus the “cost virus,” the public is paying for it As American’s continue to suffer through the Coronavirus COVID-19 Pandemic, the virus continues to create opportunities for industries like Cable TV for price gouging and requires fees for everything. It’s not subtle. But Americans are being forced to pay a steep price to…

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Survey urges hotels use technology, reduce cleaning, enforce face masks, social distancing

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Survey urges hotels use technology, reduce cleaning, enforce face masks, social distancing

Survey urges hotels use technology, reduce cleaning, enforce face masks, social distancing Click HERE to download a one pager on the survey. A new national survey commissioned by the American Hotel & Lodging Association (AHLA) conducted by Morning Consult shows that a number of improvements to health and sanitation protocol at U.S. hotels would have considerable…

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Annual SouthSide pitch extended to Sept. 2

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Annual SouthSide pitch extended to Sept. 2

Annual SouthSide pitch extended to Sept. 2 Calling all South Side business owners! This is your last chance to apply for this year’s small business competition, South Side Pitch. Are you interested in a chance to compete for a top prize of $8,000? Would you like to expose your business to potential customers throughout Chicago? If…

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Lightfoot’s pandemic hypocrisy, and a Drive-In Theater revival

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Lightfoot’s pandemic hypocrisy, and a Drive-In Theater revival

Lightfoot’s pandemic hypocrisy, and a Drive-In Theater revival Ray Hanania writes about Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s troubles addressing violence in Chicago and the COVID-19 pandemic, and reminisces about the enjoyment of Drive-In Theaters and the opening of one at SeatGeek Stadium in Bridgeview, Illinois By Ray Hanania Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot on her Twitter account criticized…

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Podcast: The assault of John Kass and the hypocrisy of the Left

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Podcast: The assault of John Kass and the hypocrisy of the Left

Podcast: The assault of John Kass and the hypocrisy of the Left Chicago Tribune columnist comes under attack from his journalism peers and Left wing extremists who can’t argue facts and can only argue personalities and lies, calling critics of George Soros, the billionaire liberal political funder, “anti-Semitic” July 29, 2020, Season 2, Episode 7…

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Exclusive Garth Brooks concert to be performed at SeatGeek Stadium and 300 venues across America

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Exclusive Garth Brooks concert to be performed at SeatGeek Stadium and 300 venues across America

Exclusive Garth Brooks concert to be performed at SeatGeek Stadium and 300 venues across America Garth Brooks will perform a virtual show that will be broadcast on big screen drive in theaters around the country including on a “drive in” screen to be set up at SeatGeek Stadium in Bridgeview The exclusive one night performance will…

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“Sweet Home Chicago” Telethon to feature Mike Ditka, Chicago “Superfans” Joe Mantegna, George Wendt and Robert Smigel

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“Sweet Home Chicago” Telethon to feature Mike Ditka, Chicago “Superfans” Joe Mantegna, George Wendt and Robert Smigel

“Sweet Home Chicago” Telethon to feature Mike Ditka, Chicago “Superfans” Joe Mantegna, George Wendt and Robert Smigel Joining host Deon Cole and a list of celebrities, the telethon will feature appearances by Zach LaVine and Patrick Kane along with sports legends Horace Grant, Joe Maddon, Ryne Sandberg, Brian Urlacher And other members of the Bulls,…

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Gov. Pritzker authorizes restaurants to operate open air seating beginning May 29

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Gov. Pritzker authorizes restaurants to operate open air seating beginning May 29

Gov. Pritzker authorizes restaurants to operate open-air seating beginning May 29 Restaurants and bars will be permitted beginning May 29 to provide open-air seating to customers as long as tables are at least six feet apart. The idea has been circulating among legislators who have been working to find ways to ease the burden that…

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