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  • 'Welcome to Me' is highly gawkable
    'Welcome to Me' is highly gawkable

    “Why doesn’t it look like ‘Oprah’?” Alice (Kristen Wiig) asks about the production value of her recently launched, guest-free talk show. Responds one of the many employees who can’t believe this series is happening: “Because you ate a cake made out of hamburger and started crying.”

  • Even the outtakes are predictable in 'Hot Pursuit'
    Even the outtakes are predictable in 'Hot Pursuit'

    In February 2013, Melissa McCarthy starred in an unfunny, aggressive road movie (“Identity Thief”). Four months later, she was the wild card to Sandra Bullock’s straight arrow in an incredibly generic buddy cop comedy (“The Heat”). Opening June 5, McCarthy stars in the very funny “Spy” as Susan...

  • Game 2 stats: Cavaliers 106, Bulls 91
    Game 2 stats: Cavaliers 106, Bulls 91

    It’s good thing the Bulls stole Game 1 in Cleveland. They were never even close in Game 2, and the series shifts to Chicago tied at a game apiece. Here’s a look at the Bulls’ stats from Wednesday’s loss.

  • After MIP, what's next for Bulls' Jimmy Butler? MVP superstar status?
    After MIP, what's next for Bulls' Jimmy Butler? MVP superstar status?

    CLEVELAND — On the off day between Games 1 and 2, Jimmy Butler laughed off a question about reaching superstar status. For now, Most Improved Player will have to do.

  • Rauner to aldermen: 'For Chicago to get what it wants, Illinois must get what it needs'
    Rauner to aldermen: 'For Chicago to get what it wants, Illinois must get what it needs'

    In an unusual and perhaps unprecedented speech, Gov. Bruce Rauner on Wednesday dropped in at City Hall and offered a time-tested political horse trade: support his controversial pro-business, anti-union agenda, and he'll help Chicago out of its financial free fall.

  • Is Riot Fest dividing the community?

    The questionable return of Riot Fest to Humboldt Park has polarized the community with the local alderman unwaivering in his opposition and the festival organizers launching a full-court press to bring the three-day music festival back.

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  • Union Station transit center work to impact West Loop traffic
    Union Station transit center work to impact West Loop traffic

    The traffic-clogged area outside Union Station will undergo lane closures and the relocation of CTA bus stops starting Friday in connection with construction of a bus transit center that is set to open next spring, transportation officials said Wednesday.

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