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November 17, 2011 | By Jessica Cantarelli, RedEye
Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery? More like, try again, copycats. A controversial new ad campaign from the Benetton group was making the rounds online this week. It's on par with the fashion house's past attempts at using their ads to communicate a wider, more "wordly" message, and it is certainly hard to miss. The ad, which is a slideshow of various international politicians shown engaged in faux lip locks, has a message of "Unhate" attached. Scrolling through smooches between opposing political leaders is bound to attract attention the company is seeking, no doubt, but exactly...
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November 17, 2011 | By Jessica Cantarelli, RedEye
Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery? More like, try again, copycats. A controversial new ad campaign from the Benetton group was making the rounds online this week. It's on par with the fashion house's past attempts at using their ads to communicate a wider, more "wordly" message, and it is certainly hard to miss. The ad, which is a slideshow of various international politicians shown engaged in faux lip locks, has a message of "Unhate" attached. Scrolling through smooches between opposing political leaders is bound to attract attention the company is seeking, no doubt, but exactly...
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January 12, 2012 | By Matt Pais and RedEye movie critic
**1/2 (out of four) Much of “The Iron Lady” features post-retirement, ex-British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher (Meryl Streep) doddering around the house, imagining that her deceased husband (Jim Broadbent) is still hanging around with her. Meanwhile, the movie covers Thatcher's relationship with Ronald Reagan, Nelson Mandela and the fall of the Berlin Wall in a montage. Weird. “The Iron Lady” could have been a complete portrait of how one ambitious, unwavering grocer's daughter became the first female prime minister in England and what she did...
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May 7, 2014 | By Julia Borcherts and For RedEye
EAT BBQ Brisket Burger 25 Degrees 736 N. Clark St. 312-943-9700 Dine out for a good cause with this $12 specialty sandwich, which features slow-cooked barbecued brisket, a sirloin patty, Cardona cheese, crispy fried onions, arugula and pineapple barbecue sauce. It's available through May 31 and partial proceeds benefit the Greater Chicago Food Depository. 11 a.m.-midnight. DRINK Awesomest NFL Draft Municipal Bar & Dining Co. 216 W. Ohio St. 312-951-2125 Get pumped for football season with the folks from Bacon Sports at this viewing party - which benefits...
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June 8, 2012 | By Kyle Kramer and RedEye
These days, you might know Scott Adsit best as overworked and under-appreciated producer Pete Hornberger on NBC's “30 Rock,” but, if you're old enough (or just a nerd about these things), you may also remember him from his days performing in iconic mid-'90s Second City shows like “Pinata Full of Bees” and “Paradigm Lost.” We caught up with Adsit during his break from “30 Rock” to reminisce about his days in Chicago, get his thoughts on “30 Rock” and Pete Hornberger's final season and talk about pizza.
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February 25, 2014 | By Curt Wagner, @ShowPatrol and RedEye
Matthew Rhys was slightly hesitant to play a Soviet spy working undercover in the U.S. on FX's "The Americans. " "I'm not the big, macho, butt-kicking person," the Welsh actor said, "but I think as a cover we work well in that we blend into Americana suburbia, and therefore there's a sort of twist to it. " The "we" of which Rhys speaks is Philip and Elizabeth Jennings, the married spies played by Rhys and Keri Russell. He needn't have worried. The 1980s drama garnered critical acclaim and audience approval in its first season, and its...
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