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Activision Shrugs Off Waning Interest in Call of Duty: What's Next?

Activision Shrugs Off Waning Interest in Call of Duty: What's Next? Activision Blizzard has produced some stellar games over the years, but none of them can top Call of Duty. The first call of duty game was released nearly 15 years ago.

Die Fledermaus Review - Strauss' Charming Confection Dazzles at Light Opera Works

Die Fledermaus Review - Strauss' Charming Confection Dazzles at Light Opera Works An incredible version of Strauss delightful opera by Light Opera Works, soon to be Music Theatre Works

Manchester by the Sea Review - One of the Best Films of the Year

 Manchester by the Sea Review - One of the Best Films of the Year I loved Manchester by the Sea and think it one of the very best American films this year

Winter Chamber Music Festival Preview-Interviews with Blair Milton and Joseph Kalichstein

Winter Chamber Music Festival Preview-Interviews with Blair Milton and Joseph Kalichstein Northwestern University will host it's 21st Winter Chamber Music Festival from January 8th through January 29th at Pick-Staiger Hall in Evanston; founder/violinist Blair Milton and pianist Joseph Kalichstein speak about their lives in music

Gossip Addict? The 10 Best Shows Available on Now TV

Gossip Addict? The 10 Best Shows Available on Now TV Now TV’s arrival in 2012 meant that many of the programmes you would have previously needed a Sky satellite dish to watch can now be enjoyed with a broadband connection being the only requirement.

'Free Days' Return to Field Museum - Opportunity for Illinois Residents

'Free Days' Return to Field Museum - Opportunity for Illinois Residents The Field Museum is offering Free Basic Admission to begin the New Year

Bakersfield Mist Revival Review - Jackson Pollack or Junk?

Bakersfield Mist Revival Review - Jackson Pollack or Junk? Based on a true story, this is the tale of an unemployed, chain-smoking, ex-bartender living in a run-down California trailer park who believes that a painting she bought for $3 at a thrift shop is really an undiscovered masterpiece worth millions

"Politics, Poetry, Prayer" Review- Fulcrum Point new Music Project's 18th Annual Concert for Peace

"Politics, Poetry, Prayer" Review- Fulcrum Point new Music Project's 18th Annual Concert for Peace Fulcrum Point New Music Project's 18th Annual Concert for Peace was a full program of challenging music, narration and intriguing poetry by new poets Malcolm London and Stella Binion

Honky Tonk Angels Review – A Country and Broadway Mash Up Disaster

Honky Tonk Angels Review – A Country and Broadway Mash Up Disaster With an insulting cornpone book that falls flat at every turn, Honky Tonk Angels is glorious singing in between teeth-grittingly awful dialogue. Just go see a country band instead

Devil's Salt Review - The Logic Behind a Witch Hunt

Devil's Salt Review - The Logic Behind a Witch Hunt Devil's Salt, a play about religious zealotry and sexual obsession

The Hunna Review - Keeping it 100

The Hunna Review - Keeping it 100 It's tough to always keep true to yourself and always give 100% in all you do, well that is the exact mantra from the eccentric band, The Hunna

Thrones! The Musical Review - A Laugh a Minute

Thrones! The Musical Review - A Laugh a Minute A group of close friends gather to watch the season finale of their favorite TV show and discover that one of their members has never watched "Game of Thrones" - so they play "catch-up" by acting out all six seasons of the show with rollicking humor

"St. Nick in Shades 2" Review-A Great Trio at The City Winery

"St. Nick in Shades 2" Review-A Great Trio at The City Winery The Chicago Philharmonic Chamber Players, by Jeremy Kahn, Jim Gailloreto and Chery Wilson, put on a wonderful brunch time concert of holiday favorites at The City Winery

Trials of the Heart Review – Meaningful and Impactful

Trials of the Heart Review – Meaningful and Impactful I recently learned about Trials of the Heart when I spoke with LaRita S Smith, the book's author. The book reads easily and quickly and tells a story that is all too real, and sad

Theater Review – Meshuga Nutcracker – A Hanukkah parody

Theater Review – Meshuga Nutcracker – A Hanukkah parody For a short time only experience Hanukkah as the wise men of Chelm might have done

t’s a Wonderful Nutcracker Review - The Americanization of a Classic Ballet

t’s a Wonderful Nutcracker Review - The Americanization of a Classic Ballet The Menlowe Ballet performs the 2nd year of its innovative interpretation of the "It’s a Wonderful Nutcracker" at the Menlo-Atherton Performing Arts Center

A Nativity Tribute Review – The Journey To Jerusalem

A Nativity Tribute Review – The Journey To Jerusalem Congo Square Theatre and Studio One Dance Theatre return to the stage for the 2nd annual holiday concert at the DuSable Museum of African American History, located at 740 E 56th Place in Chicago to pay tribute to the past Nativity productions

Tidings of Tap Review - A Stunning Performance by Chicago Tap Theatre

Tidings of Tap Review - A Stunning Performance by Chicago Tap Theatre Chicago Tap Theatre was excited about premiering their annual “Tidings of Tap” at a new venue, the lovely 900-seat North Shore Center for the Performing Arts in Skokie. The performance was first-rate

UP Comedy Club Presents It’s a Nick & Gabe’s Christmas Party Review - A Holiday Sketch Full of Song and Laughs

UP Comedy Club Presents It’s a Nick & Gabe’s Christmas Party Review - A Holiday Sketch Full of Song and Laughs Nick & Gabe's Christmas party brought the Christmas spirit to the UP Comedy club with classical tunes and funny sketches

Second City Presents Twist Your Dickens Review — Not Your Average Dickens Carol

Second City Presents Twist Your Dickens Review — Not Your Average Dickens Carol Second City's Twist Your Dickens offers a hilarious take on Charles Dickens classic A Christmas Carol

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