Arts & Entertainment

“A Quiet Place” has a straightforward premise, and no distractions. Audiences don’t know the character’s names until the credits roll, and this puts the focus on the suspense and character development. It builds its exposition …

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  Loyola art history professor Sarita Heer talks about an exhibit she liked at the Museum of Contemporary Art. The Howardena Pindell exhibit titled “What Remains to be Seen” runs through May 20, 2018.

Arts & Entertainment

Podcasts have revolutionized the radio industry. Students can listen to them at any time, whether they’re commuting downtown, walking along Lake Michigan, shopping or working out. Podcasts can tap into largely unaccessed chunks of time …

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Visual symmetry, pastel colors, quirky characters and Bill Murray (“Rushmore,” “The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou”) — it must be a Wes Anderson movie. “Isle of Dogs” is the latest film from the eccentric visionary …

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“Pretty Woman: The Musical” made its debut at Chicago’s Oriental Theatre (24 W. Randolph St.) March 13, bringing director Garry Marshall’s beloved love story alive in musical form. Featuring original music and lyrics by Jim …

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Fans of hit shows from the 2000s such as “iCarly,” “Drake & Josh” and “Wizards of Waverly Place” are in for a treat throughout April. “Tween TV” comedy sketches written by a new sketch writing …

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Lorde transformed Allstate Arena (6920 N. Mannheim Road) into her melodramatic world March 27. With the intimacy of a club show and the production quality of an arena tour, Lorde (born Ella Yelich-O’Connor) was able …

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On March 22, Carson Shanks, a player on Loyola’s men’s basketball team tweeted the link to a song titled “Band of Wolves,” along with the caption, “We have our own rap song, we win.” The …