The Daily Sizzle
Chicago-based author Marja Mills and her new book, “The Mockingbird Next Door,” have been making news for the past couple of weeks — not all of it flattering. Between 2004 and 2006, the now-51-year-old Mills lived next door to renowned and publicity-shunning “To Kill a Mockingbird” writer Nelle Harper Lee (friends calls her Nelle) and
Dyanne Earley, the former Artistic Director for Marriott Lincolnshire Theatre, died Thursday night at the age of 76 after a long battle with a chronic illness.
Not only were celebrities like Michelle Obama and Steven Tyler at Chicago’s ‘On The Run’ Tour stop on Thursday, but Olympian Lolo Jones was there. She posted a photo of the scene at Soldier Field on Twitter: I’m early but Bey is worth it #chicago #OnTheRunTour pic.twitter.com/N1wkd0HVO8 — Lolo Jones (@lolojones) July 25, 2014 But,
Soldier Field greeted 60,000 Bey and Jay diehards Thursday night for their ‘On The Run’ Tour concert. Among those singing and dancing along were some celebrity fans. Check out who dropped by for the show! Michelle Obama and her daughters at Beyoncé & Jay Z’s concert last night. #OnTheRunTour #Chicago pic.twitter.com/twdFFWdYTS — BEYONCÉ LEGION (@Bey_Legion)
The Practical Theater Company “It was late summer, 1982, and I was driving down Lake Shore Drive in Chicago with Julia Louis-Dreyfus. I turned to her and said, ‘This must be what winning the lottery feels like.’ We had just been asked to join the cast of Saturday Night Live along with Brad Hall (and
In “Mood Indigo,” (opening Friday), Audrey Tautou — perhaps best known to American audiences for playing the title role in the 2001 film “Amelie” — plays Chloe, a beautiful and idealistic young woman who falls in love with the wealthy, creative and imaginative Colin (Romain Duris). Based on the novel “Froth on the Daydream,”
The fresh fruits and vegetables at the farmers market make creating a meal so simple.
When the king and queen of pop culture take the stage together, the results are flawless. Beyonce and Jay-Z rocked out a crowd of nearly 60,000 with a set list of some 45 songs that lasted around 2.5 hours at Soldier Field Thursday night. More than a concert, the “On The Run” tour was entertainment.
For Comic-Con 2014, Hot Wheels unveiled a life-size Darth Vader Corvette, able to reach speed of 150 miles per hour. Caranddriver.com has all the facts.
Not long after he moved to L.A. from Chicago in late 2011, former Second City cast member and iO Theater improviser Andy St. Clair, along with his writing partner Paul O’Toole, penned a TV pilot and sold it to MTV. But its getting made was contingent on landing the right lead actor. Now, at long