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November 10, 2011 | By Emily Van Zandt and RedEye
Real talk: I've been lame lately. The decision to defy my worsening health and party until I lost my voice for a solid three days in honor of my 25th combined with my annual “it's cold outside and I should start saving for the holidays anyway” attitude has led to more frequent BYOB trips, followed by bedtimes my grandmother would laugh at. The same cannot be said for my upstairs neighbors. While I've been busy spending quality time with Netflix Instant, they've been having quite a time of it. And they have no issues sharing.
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November 10, 2011 | By Emily Van Zandt and RedEye
Real talk: I've been lame lately. The decision to defy my worsening health and party until I lost my voice for a solid three days in honor of my 25th combined with my annual “it's cold outside and I should start saving for the holidays anyway” attitude has led to more frequent BYOB trips, followed by bedtimes my grandmother would laugh at. The same cannot be said for my upstairs neighbors. While I've been busy spending quality time with Netflix Instant, they've been having quite a time of it. And they have no issues sharing.
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October 28, 2013 | RedEye
We'll forgive Ohio State University's marching band for being associated with an institution that insists on placing a "the" before its name. In its tribute to Hollywood halftime performance Saturday, the band put on an incredible visual display along with its homage to movie theme songs. Among the highlights: band members arrange themselves to look like Superman righting a leaning building, Harry Potter riding a broom and a T-rex eating somone. Needles to say, it's a must-watch.
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August 16, 2012 | Matt Pais and RedEye movie critic
**1/2 (out of four) With his first feature screenplay, Joel Schumacher (who went on to direct, uh, classics like “Batman & Robin” and “The Number 23”) loaded the 1976 melodrama “Sparkle” with painfully inauthentic scenes in which black characters constantly describe white characters as “cracker” or, in a scene of an abusive relationship, “Bitch, crawl!” The horrifically paced movie (loosely inspired by the Supremes, who also factored into “Dreamgirls”)
SPORTS
January 21, 2013 | RedEye
Sure, two games out of 48 is a small sample size. But as the Blackhawks prepare for Tuesday's home opener vs. St. Louis, we've got enough to evaluate a few of the interesting developments so far. Here are the chances that ...   Brandon Bollig has the best Twitter feed on the team: 50 percent From where he eats to players he fights with to interacting with followers, Bollig has a lot to say. He'll get a run for his money from...
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October 3, 2013 | By Bag Boy and For RedEye
Let the Joe Girardi talk begin. Good luck. First off, you're not going to get him, Theo Epstein. The Yankees are going to beat you to him, sorry. I love Epstein's optimism. He says the perception around the league is the Cubs are coming, and coming fast. Oh yeah. Starlin Castro and Anthony Rizzo leading the way. Oh, good experience for these guys. They're not even 24 yet and already they've gotten a manager fired. Don't blame me. I begged for Girardi in 2006. Nope. We just had to go with Lou Piniella.
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August 23, 2012 | Matt Pais, @mattpais and RedEye movie critic
Zero stars (out of four) In the astoundingly incompetent “The Apparition,” the most legitimate conversation involves a debate about whether or not Costco sells saguaro cacti. Good news, green thumbs; it appears they do. Pretty much every other scene - OK, that one too - reeks of the sort of nonsense that easily turns a horror movie into an accidental comedy. When a dog, staring into an empty corner of a ceiling, suddenly passes out, Kelly (Ashley Greene of the “Twilight” franchise)
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July 11, 2013 | By Andy Downing and RedEye special contributor
Tree's profile is growing more rapidly than even his name would suggest. The 29-year-old Chicago rapper/producer earned a coveted slot at the Pitchfork Music Festival on the strength of his newest mixtape, "Sunday School II: When Church Lets Out," and has been wooed by a number of major labels--though for now he sounds content to remain independent. "With a record label, maybe they want me to make a King Louie song or a Chief Keef song, and maybe that's not me," said the MC, born Tremaine Johnson.
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