For the past several years, the International Thespian Society has held a food drive in late October called Trick-or-Treat So Kids Can Eat. This service project is done by chapters throughout the country and each year students from Thornton Fractional South High School’s drama department tak…
Calumet City Mayor Michelle Markieiwicz Qualkinbush is right to be concerned about the number of vacant homes in the city. But looking to a casino as an answer to the city's problems is a big gamble.
"The All New Original Tribute to The Blues Brothers" playing through July 24 at the Auditorium Theatre in Chicago stars Daniel Fletcher (left) as Elwood Blues and Brad Henshaw (right) at Jake Blues.
The favorite dance steps that made Jake and Elwood Blues famous are re-created by Daniel Fletcher (left) and Brad Henshaw in "The All New Original Tribute to The Blues Brothers" playing through July 24 at the Auditorium Theatre in Chicago.
A full band and the Bluettes backup singer and dancers are showcased with Daniel Fletcher (left) and Brad Henshaw as the Blues Brothers in a new tribute show enjoying its Chicago premiere through July 24 at the Auditorium Theatre.
Entertainer Brad Henshaw doesn't mind sweating a little while spending July in Chicago as the man behind the new stage tribute to the Blues Brothers, one of the legends of the Windy City.
Phil Potempa's daily entertainment news column.
HARVEY | Severe flooding that hit the south suburbs in 2008 has resulted in federal grant money, some of which will be used to help pay for the demolition of the Dixie Square Mall.
Calumet Fisheries, co-owned by Mark Kotlick, is located at the base of the 95th Street bridge on Chicago's Southeast Side.
Ray Campos cleans the fallen fish from the smokehouse at Calumet Fisheries. The fish are smoked the old-fashioned way with various woods.
Mark Kotlick proudly displays the prestigious James Beard Award on the back wall of his carry-out for all customers to see.
Catfish and salmon hang in the smokehouse at Calumet Fisheries.
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