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'Tallulah': The funny, moving story of a baby snatcher

Mommy Issues abound in “Tallulah,” a Netflix film marking the feature-length directorial debut of “Orange is the New Black” writer Sian Heder, who combines a decidedly indie style with effective mainstream melodrama. 82 more words

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Intentional Grounding, Episode 39: Bears Report To Training Camp

Adam Hoge and Adam Jahns take the podcast on the road to Bourbonnais where the Bears officially reported for training camp. They discuss the severity of Pernell McPhee’s knee issues and talk about Kyle Long saying there’s “a league-wide disrespect” for the Bears. 24 more words

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'The Infiltrator': Bryan Cranston is perfection in superb film

Had they ever occupied the same universe, Walter White might have met his match in Robert Mazur. And I’m thinking Bryan Cranston can’t be overmatched by any role that comes his way. 60 more words

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Sun-Times: Video Gambling Proliferating Across State

Sunday, July 10, 2016 || Originally Published: Chicago Sun-Times || By Chris Fusco

The number of video-gambling machines at Illinois bars, strip malls and other small venues is booming, growing from zero to more than 23,000 in the past four years, records show. 604 more words

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He Won't Be Playing But Here's Why White Sox Third Baseman Todd Frazier Will Be At The All Star Game

There’s a ton of Chicago Cubs and White Sox players that will be playing in the All Star Game next week, but Todd Frazier, who plays third base for the Sox, isn’t one of them. 59 more words

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CN July 7 2016

Something truly unusual happened in Springfield last week. How can you tell? For the first time in memory, Forrest Claypool appeared in public…smiling. More than smiling, he had a huge grin on his face, matched by the Mayoral smile and Janice Jackson’s happy face. 1,102 more words

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Illinois Newspapers Tell Rauner, Lawmakers 'Do Your Job'

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. (AP) – Using blunt headlines such as “Enough” and “Do Your Job,” about a dozen Illinois newspapers on Wednesday ran front-page opinion pieces demanding that the state’s political leaders end the year-old budget stalemate. 422 more words

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