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November 29, 2011 | By Lisa Arnett and RedEye
Demi and Ashton. Kim and Kris. Celebrity breakups are hard, but nothing was harder to watch on last week's episode of "Top Chef: Texas" than the separation of Chris Jones and Richie Farina, the two fun-loving chefs from Homaro Cantu's wacky fine-dining restaurant Moto who cracked "Star Wars" references, sported short-sleeve work shirts instead of chef's whites and hoped to take first and second place in the show. They goof around like brothers, but have an obvious mutual respect and fierce loyalty for each other.
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February 18, 2014
***= Recommended shows On sale noon Thursday ***Dessa, Saturday, April 12 ($20-$25, all ages) at City Winery. On sale 10 a.m. Friday Band of Skulls, Deap Vally, Thursday, June 5 ($20, 18+) at Park West. Justin Currie, Thursday, April 24 ($25, 21+) at Schubas. Art Garfunkel, Saturday, March 22 ($65, all ages) at Park West. Johnnyswim, Hollow Wood, Sunday, April 6 ($20-$32, all ages) at Space. ***Chelsea Peretti, Saturday, April 5 ($18-$20, 17+)
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ENTERTAINMENT
February 18, 2014
***= Recommended shows On sale noon Thursday ***Dessa, Saturday, April 12 ($20-$25, all ages) at City Winery. On sale 10 a.m. Friday Band of Skulls, Deap Vally, Thursday, June 5 ($20, 18+) at Park West. Justin Currie, Thursday, April 24 ($25, 21+) at Schubas. Art Garfunkel, Saturday, March 22 ($65, all ages) at Park West. Johnnyswim, Hollow Wood, Sunday, April 6 ($20-$32, all ages) at Space. ***Chelsea Peretti, Saturday, April 5 ($18-$20, 17+)
ENTERTAINMENT
November 29, 2011 | By Lisa Arnett and RedEye
Demi and Ashton. Kim and Kris. Celebrity breakups are hard, but nothing was harder to watch on last week's episode of "Top Chef: Texas" than the separation of Chris Jones and Richie Farina, the two fun-loving chefs from Homaro Cantu's wacky fine-dining restaurant Moto who cracked "Star Wars" references, sported short-sleeve work shirts instead of chef's whites and hoped to take first and second place in the show. They goof around like brothers, but have an obvious mutual respect and fierce loyalty for each other.
NEWS
October 17, 2013 | By Courtney Griffin and RedEye
Even some 800 miles away, in Brooklyn, N.Y., Jason Corbin couldn't help but hear about Chicago's struggles with increasing violence. “On the East Coast we turn on the news and the first thing we hear about is Chicago,” said Corbin, 32, a native of Long Island. As a firefighter and police officer, Corbin felt an obligation to keep the public safe, even if the distance between the two cities made it seem impossible. But as a self-proclaimed “tech guy,” he knew just the way to make it happen.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 14, 2013 | Matt Pais, @mattpais and RedEye movie critic
Negative five stars (out of four) An instant landmark of crap, “Upside Down” begins with an interminable voiceover as Adam (the permanently earnest Jim Sturgess of “Cloud Atlas”) utters, “The universe is so full of wonders,” and, “Gravity. They say you can't fight it. Well, I disagree. What if love was stronger than gravity?” Before you can start singing “Defying Gravity” from “Wicked,” the epically dreadful sci-fi/romance “Upside Down” becomes a black hole of pretentious self-parody.
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