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Steppenwolf Theatre Co. premiered its new production, “The Minutes,” a single act political-comedy based around a small town theme Nov. 21 at the Downstairs Theatre (1650 N. Halsted St.). The intriguing play from the mind …

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“Walk on Water” is definitely a stylistic change from the rapper’s typically intense, bitter sound. Eminem acknowledges his prime is now long behind him, and he can never hope to reach those levels of fame again. There is still no argument that he has left his stamp on the music industry.

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The latest flare-up in Hollywood’s sexual harassment debacle landed blocks away from Loyola with the Chicago Comedy Film Festival (CCFF) pulling comedian Andy Dick’s (“Hoodwinked,” “Lion King 2: Simba’s Pride”) new documentary, “Everybody Has an …

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Kevin Coval is a Chicagoan trying to make a change. He’s the artistic director of Young Chicago Authors, an organization that aims to inspire the young people of Chicago to express themselves through the teachings …

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Rap artist T-Pain is on the verge of a second come-up as an acoustic singer. The Tallahassee, Florida native’s 2017 acoustic tour stopped by Chicago with a mesmerizing performance at The Bottom Lounge (1375 W. …

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Trevor Noah and the “Daily Show” team temporarily turned a portion of Union Station’s Great Hall into The Donald J. Trump Presidential Library of Tweets.

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The Blue Man Group has utilized flashing lights, vibrant color and live music to captivate audiences around the world since 1987. Since then, it has grown to include permanent shows in Las Vegas, Orlando, New …

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Madeintyo (pronounced Made in Tokyo) paid Chicago a visit Sept. 28, performing at Concord Music Hall, marking the second stop of his nationwide tour. The Atlanta based rapper put on a mesmerizing show, complete with …