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Cupcakke and ‘Sweeney Todd’ reunion

Cupcakke, Depeche Mode, “Downton Abbey” exhibition and Chicago Reel Shorts Film Festival. Don’t let the November darkness keep you at home this weekend. Chicago rapper Cupcakke is accompanied by Tacos and tuufs at WC Social Club. 8 p.m. Nov. 11, WC Social Club, 920 Roosevelt Road; tickets $25-$30 (ages 18+) …

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An exquisite puzzle of life

The sight, sound and feeling of falling rain are one of the greatest gifts of cinema. But with millions of restless, anxious app scrollers ordering rain on demand, its essential awesomeness has now become a commodity; just another sound effect and sleep aid. But the real magic of this is …

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Green Day plays Smashing Pumpkins, tickets go on sale Friday

Green Day’s Saviors Tour comes to Chicago next summer with a stop at Wrigley Field on August 13. The tour stop will also feature The Smashing Pumpkins, Rancid and The Linda Lindas. The tour also celebrates the 30th anniversary of Green Day’s 1994 debut album “Dookie.” Produced by Live Nation, …

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Jerry Seinfeld and Jim Gaffigan in Chicago: Sweat the small stuff

Here are some of the topics Jerry Seinfeld and Jim Gaffigan talked about Thursday night at the United Center: Marriage, brunch, holidays, kids’ movies, horses, circuses, cemeteries, golf tees, pets, having kids, submarines and Pop Tarts. Here are some of the issues that don’t come up: war, poverty, politics, racism, …

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Paul Lynch wins Booker Prize for ‘Song of the Prophet’

LONDON — Irish author Paul Lynch won the Booker Prize for Fiction on Sunday for what the judges described as a “soul-shattering” novel about one woman’s struggle to protect her family as Ireland descends into totalitarianism and war. “The Prophet’s Song,” set in a dystopian fictional version of Dublin, was …

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Akram Khan’s ‘The Jungle Book Reimagined’ is spectacular

Scientists predict that by 2050, 80% of the world’s population will live in cities, being forced inland by rising sea waters and moving away from agricultural societies in search of economic opportunity. By then the world is expected to reach 9.8 billion people; Many of these will be sent to …

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Hollywood actors union board approves deal ending strike

Board members of the Hollywood actors’ union voted Friday to approve the deal with the studios, ending it nearly four months later; The union leadership touted gains made over weeks of methodical negotiations. Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists executive director and chief negotiator Duncan Crabtree-Ireland announced …

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‘The Hunger Games’ tops Thanksgiving weekend box office

NEW YORK — The Walt Disney Co.’s “Wish” was expected to dominate the Thanksgiving weekend box office, but moviegoers instead feasted on leftovers as “The Hunger Games: A Song of Songbirds and Snakes” led the way in ticket sales for a second time Sunday weekend, according to today’s studio estimates. …

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