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Summer movie season is right around the corner, and with it comes all the Blockbuster spectacles movie fans are expecting. But between “Avengers: Infinity War,” “Incredibles 2” and “Solo: A Star Wars Story,” smaller-budget films …

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A story about a boy and his horse is nothing original, but one which uses this premise to explore adolescence, loneliness and poverty simultaneously is something fresh. “Lean on Pete” is the latest film from …

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Chicago’s emerging soul, hip-hop and rock duo, Iris Temple, performed its first headlining show at Schubas Tavern (3159 N. Southport Ave.) April 16. The group brought its signature good vibes and infectious energy while blending …

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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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Navy Pier (600 E. Grand Ave.) will be offering a discounted rate of $4 per ride on its Centennial Wheel March 31 in honor of the Loyola Ramblers Final Four appearance. With the use of …

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The In/Motion Dance Film Festival returned to Loyola University Chicago March 21-25 for its fourth year to celebrate the best in dance-centric film in Chicago and across the country. The annual festival boasts a strong …