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Food and music on ‘Taste of Soul’ at Black Ensemble

If you leave Black Ensemble Theatre’s “A Taste of Soul” without humming the “Celebrate good times, come on” refrain, you may miss the live music. On Sunday afternoon, audiences clapped, sang, and danced in their seats early in the Uptown-based theater’s latest jukebox musical, culminating in this delightful finale by …

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Master rockers meet the audience

Pearl Jam has long been famous for starting shows at a slow pace. At the first of the two-night event at United Center on Tuesday, the band breathed new life into tradition by kicking off a 150-minute set playing four songs while sitting on a stool. The sequence created a …

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Season 1 as carrier of the ‘NFL Sunday Ticket’ bundle

Jon Cruz still remembers the days when he had to convince the NFL and other sports leagues that uploading key moments to YouTube was valuable. Less than a decade later, this has become the home of the NFL’s package of non-Sunday Sunday afternoon games on CBS and Fox. YouTube TV’s …

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Your primer on names and concerts

I don’t know about you, but when it comes to classical music, I am very happy to set aside the summer of 2023. Chef John Eliot Gardiner He allegedly punched a singer Last month in France; he has since withdrawn from the rest of his performances this year. (This included …

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Veterans race with help from Prince Harry

“Not everyone agrees on what qualifies as a just war,” Prince Harry says in his Netflix documentary series about the Invictus Games. “But I think we can all agree on the damage war has done to so many people.” He launched the games almost a decade ago specifically for seasoned …

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Eclipses in Adler, ghost tours in Hull-House

Our department may be called Art+Entertainment, but great exhibitions are not just tonic. They should challenge your way of thinking, maybe even send you with a knot in your stomach. From where don’t do that Do we know the name Camille Claudel? Is race really a fixed category? How much …

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Third-Eye Blind Phil Vassar to star in Naperville Ribfest

The Naperville Ribfest returns to the DuPage Fairgrounds in Wheaton with a new date on the calendar. Third Eye Blind and Phil Vassar starring. Now in its 34th year, the Naperville Ribfest will take place September 15-16 from 12:00 to 22:00, and September 17, from 12:00 to 20:00, at the …

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