Hugh Jackman jokes he loves having sex dressed as Wolverine – aside from the money he spends on ripped sheets.
Dennis Farina, a onetime Chicago cop who as a popular actor played a cop on Law & Order, has died.
Roger Ebert, one of the United States’ most influential film critics who used newspapers, television and social media to take readers into theatres and even into his own life, was laid to rest Monday (local time) with praise from political leaders, family and people he’d never met but who chose movies based on the direction of his thumb. “He didn’t just dominate his profession, he defined it,” said Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel in a brief eulogy to hundreds of mourners who gathered at Holy Name Cathedral just blocks from where Ebert spent more than 40 years as the film critic for the Chicago Sun-Times
If artists are described as legendary they are often either dead or an excitable journalist couldn’t find a better adjective. And then there are artists like Mavis Staples
Some romances start with fireworks; a whirlwind of animal attraction and uninhibited passion. But for Steve Carell, the spark was slower to ignite
A Montana man suffered broken bones and sore ribs after being pummeled by a 1,200-pound black Angus cow that ran amok through downtown Billings on Tuesday. Morgan Logan, 52, was released from the hospital on Wednesday afternoon, a day after the cow ran through Billings for nearly two hours before being shot by police. […]
Electroplating stout metals with aluminum was described at the Chicago Institute of the American Chemical Society last week. If the process should become practicable commercially, housewifery and industry will benefit by inestimable billions.
Astronomers have used all sorts of tricks over the years to try to convey the mind-boggling scale of the universe to us ordinary folks.
No one likes to walk into work after just a few fitful hours of sleep. But now there’s evidence that not getting enough sleep may have more serious consequences than dark circles under your eyes the next morning
Among musicians, cellists are known as incurable sentimentalists. This quality is half-humorously assumed, partly because of the tightlipped, tear-laden whine the instrument so easily develops in its upper register, partly because of the overenthusiastic use of that register by romantic composers