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January 9, 2013 | Anna Pulley, @annapulley and RedEye's sex columnist
I recently found out my husband found ex-girlfriends on Facebook two years ago and they are friends. He said he kept them secret because he knew I would be upset. Well, I am upset by his disregard for my feelings. Now when they pop up on his news feed, it's a reminder to me that his curiosity or whatever was more important to him than my feelings and our marriage. I want them gone in every way possible. He says they are his past. I say they are in our present, in our marriage. He brought them in, and now I think he needs to take them out. What do you think?
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March 14, 2014 | By Megan Crepeau, @crepeau and RedEye
Near the beginning of the film "Paycheck to Paycheck: The Life & Times of Katrina Gilbert," a teacher at a day care center asks her charges: "Good choices get you what?" "Good results!" the kids all say in unison. Try telling that to Katrina Gilbert, who made good choices -- or at least didn't make terrible ones -- and still barely keeps her head above water. Gilbert, a nursing assistant and single mother of three in Tennessee, is a walking representation of the self-perpetuating nature of poverty, making her the ideal subject of this documentary from HBO and Maria...
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June 13, 2012 | By Georgia Garvey and RedEye
The odds of hitting a hole in one during golf? Don't bet on it. And when it comes to a husband and wife both hitting holes-in-one during the same round of golf, the chances approach "winning the lottery" levels. But married couple Jason and Rene Collins, both of Park Ridge, beat those odds, both hitting holes in one during a round of golf June 3 at their country club course. Jason Collins, 41, who works in Chicago for Wilson sporting goods, said he and his wife, who play about 80 rounds of golf a year, were playing a husband/wife tournament in Park Ridge.
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August 19, 2013 | By Curt Wagner, @ShowPatrol and RedEye
Two years ago, the trailblazing digital series "Husbands" turned the newlywed sitcom on its head by focusing on two gay men in love who were presented, without apology, in all their stereotypical glory. (It also predicted the legalization of gay marriage and the public coming out of a professional athlete.) Strip away those highbrow accomplishments, however, and "Husbands" remains a success simply because it's funny and wildly entertaining. So it's little surprise that The CW snapped up the comedy to help launch its new all-digital network, CW Seed . The network bowed Aug. 15...
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March 26, 2012 | By Tracy Swartz, RedEye
If your relationship is not going in the right direction, perhaps it's because you're not commuting in the right direction. A new study by Hong Kong researchers who conducted surveys in the U.S. and Hong Kong found that couples' marital satisfaction is greater when they travel to work in the same direction, no matter what time the partners leave for work. A couple of Chicago couples told RedEye they go out of their way to change their commute so they can have more time with their spouses because they like having someone to talk to on the train.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 9, 2012 | Matt Pais and RedEye movie critic
*1/2 (out of four)   “W.E.” may be Madonna's second directorial effort, but she still tells a story like a virgin.   Guiding a script she wrote/botched with Alek Keshishian, the Material Girl takes a step forward visually from 2008's sloppy, incoherent “Filth and Wisdom, which isn't saying much. Unfortunately she also remains totally incompetent when it comes to shaping a story around humans with credible human feelings. Andrea Riseborough stars as Wallis Simpson, the real-life American woman whose controversial romance with Prince Edward...
NEWS
March 14, 2014 | By Megan Crepeau, @crepeau and RedEye
Near the beginning of the film "Paycheck to Paycheck: The Life & Times of Katrina Gilbert," a teacher at a day care center asks her charges: "Good choices get you what?" "Good results!" the kids all say in unison. Try telling that to Katrina Gilbert, who made good choices -- or at least didn't make terrible ones -- and still barely keeps her head above water. Gilbert, a nursing assistant and single mother of three in Tennessee, is a walking representation of the self-perpetuating nature of poverty, making her the ideal subject of this...
ENTERTAINMENT
June 12, 2012 | Matt Pais and RedEye movie critic
In a few weeks I'll post my full Q&A with Elizabeth Banks, star of "People Like Us," opening June 29. We covered a ton of topics, so here is a taste with just a few: How the actress' husband felt about her cozying up to the "Magic Mike" cast at the MTV Movie Awards and news on the rumored prequel to "Wet Hot American Summer. "   I asked readers what I should ask you today, and @ItsJustJill55 wanted to know what your husband thought of what happened during...
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November 28, 2011 | Anna Pulley and RedEye's sex columnist
So, I had a tryst with a married man. I thought better of it eventually and ended it, but his wife still found out. And recently, she wrote me an email. I don't know his wife at all. What is my responsibility here? Do I write her back? Should I stay the f**k out of it (even though clearly I'm already involved)? - Conflicted Ex-mistress Stay out of it. No good could come from corresponding with his wife, and it will further complicate an already messy and fraught situation.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 19, 2013 | By Curt Wagner, @ShowPatrol and RedEye
Two years ago, the trailblazing digital series "Husbands" turned the newlywed sitcom on its head by focusing on two gay men in love who were presented, without apology, in all their stereotypical glory. (It also predicted the legalization of gay marriage and the public coming out of a professional athlete.) Strip away those highbrow accomplishments, however, and "Husbands" remains a success simply because it's funny and wildly entertaining. So it's little surprise that The CW snapped up the comedy to help launch its new all-digital network, CW...
ENTERTAINMENT
January 9, 2013 | Anna Pulley, @annapulley and RedEye's sex columnist
I recently found out my husband found ex-girlfriends on Facebook two years ago and they are friends. He said he kept them secret because he knew I would be upset. Well, I am upset by his disregard for my feelings. Now when they pop up on his news feed, it's a reminder to me that his curiosity or whatever was more important to him than my feelings and our marriage. I want them gone in every way possible. He says they are his past. I say they are in our present, in our marriage. He brought them in, and now I think he needs to take them out. What do you think?
NEWS
June 13, 2012 | By Georgia Garvey and RedEye
The odds of hitting a hole in one during golf? Don't bet on it. And when it comes to a husband and wife both hitting holes-in-one during the same round of golf, the chances approach "winning the lottery" levels. But married couple Jason and Rene Collins, both of Park Ridge, beat those odds, both hitting holes in one during a round of golf June 3 at their country club course. Jason Collins, 41, who works in Chicago for Wilson sporting goods, said he and his wife, who play about 80 rounds of golf a year, were playing a...
ENTERTAINMENT
June 12, 2012 | Matt Pais and RedEye movie critic
In a few weeks I'll post my full Q&A with Elizabeth Banks, star of "People Like Us," opening June 29. We covered a ton of topics, so here is a taste with just a few: How the actress' husband felt about her cozying up to the "Magic Mike" cast at the MTV Movie Awards and news on the rumored prequel to "Wet Hot American Summer. "   I asked readers what I should ask you today, and @ItsJustJill55 wanted to know what your husband thought of what happened during your MTV Movie Awards...
NEWS
March 26, 2012 | By Tracy Swartz, RedEye
If your relationship is not going in the right direction, perhaps it's because you're not commuting in the right direction. A new study by Hong Kong researchers who conducted surveys in the U.S. and Hong Kong found that couples' marital satisfaction is greater when they travel to work in the same direction, no matter what time the partners leave for work. A couple of Chicago couples told RedEye they go out of their way to change their commute so they can have more time with their spouses because they like having someone to talk to on the train.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 20, 2012 | By Lisa Arnett and RedEye
It's not impossible to find a taqueria and an antique shop on the same street. But how about in the same storefront? That's what husband-and-wife team Rick and Ashley Ortiz are envisioning with Antique Taco, a new restaurant/retail hybrid slated for a May opening at 1360 N. Milwaukee Ave. in Wicker Park. “I tell people it's like a taco stand meets farmers market meets Anthropologie … while drinking a canned beer,” said Ashley. The two met while working together on events at Soldier Field, he as executive sous chef and she in catering sales.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 9, 2012 | Matt Pais and RedEye movie critic
*1/2 (out of four)   “W.E.” may be Madonna's second directorial effort, but she still tells a story like a virgin.   Guiding a script she wrote/botched with Alek Keshishian, the Material Girl takes a step forward visually from 2008's sloppy, incoherent “Filth and Wisdom, which isn't saying much. Unfortunately she also remains totally incompetent when it comes to shaping a story around humans with credible human feelings. Andrea Riseborough stars as Wallis Simpson, the real-life American woman whose controversial romance with Prince Edward...
ENTERTAINMENT
March 20, 2012 | By Lisa Arnett and RedEye
It's not impossible to find a taqueria and an antique shop on the same street. But how about in the same storefront? That's what husband-and-wife team Rick and Ashley Ortiz are envisioning with Antique Taco, a new restaurant/retail hybrid slated for a May opening at 1360 N. Milwaukee Ave. in Wicker Park. “I tell people it's like a taco stand meets farmers market meets Anthropologie … while drinking a canned beer,” said Ashley. The two met while working together on events at Soldier Field, he as executive sous chef and she in catering sales.
NEWS
November 27, 2011 | By Ana Fernatt, For RedEye
Maggie Daley passed away on Thanksgiving Day. She had been the woman behind former Mayor Richard M. Daley during his 22 years in office. As sitting Mayor Emanuel said, "While Mayor Daley served as head of the city, Maggie was its heart. " The soft, caring core to a powerful machine. We could learn a lot from Maggie Daley. The position of first lady is not something that we the people vote for, but she's just as important as the official second-in-command. She's the woman who's there when times are rough and stresses are high.
ENTERTAINMENT
November 28, 2011 | Anna Pulley and RedEye's sex columnist
So, I had a tryst with a married man. I thought better of it eventually and ended it, but his wife still found out. And recently, she wrote me an email. I don't know his wife at all. What is my responsibility here? Do I write her back? Should I stay the f**k out of it (even though clearly I'm already involved)? - Conflicted Ex-mistress Stay out of it. No good could come from corresponding with his wife, and it will further complicate an already messy and fraught situation.
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