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The Chicago Reader ran a derisive column, " BobWatch: We Read Him So You Don't Have To ," penned pseudonymously by Chicago Sun-Times columnist Neil Steinberg.
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There are also several regional and special-interest newspapers and magazines, such as Chicago, the Dziennik Związkowy ( Polish Daily News ), Draugas ( the Lithuanian daily newspaper ), the Chicago Reader, the SouthtownStar, the Chicago Defender, the Daily Herald, Newcity, StreetWise and the Windy City Times.
" However, in his review for the Chicago Reader, Dave Kehr, wrote " it fails to satisfy – it gives us too little of too much.
" Conversely, Pat Graham of Chicago Reader disliked the mix of horror and comedy, writing in his review that " The pop-up humor and smirkiness suggest Raimi's aspiring to the fashionable company of the brothers Coen, though on the basis of this strained effort I'd say he's overshot the mark.
Writing for the Chicago Reader, Jonathan Rosenbaum called the film " generic " and " standard issue ", stating that the audience shouldn't " expect to remember it ten minutes later ".
Other critics like Dave Kehr of the Chicago Reader said " the acting and editing have such original, tumultuous force that the picture is completely gripping ".
However, Jonathan Rosenbaum wrote in the Chicago Reader, " To be sure, The Big Lebowski is packed with show-offy filmmaking and as a result is pretty entertaining.
After Mick Dumke, a reporter for the Chicago Reader, questioned the effectiveness of the city's handgun ban, Daley picked up a rifle with a bayonet from a table of confiscated weapons and told him, " If I put this up your butt, you'll find out how effective it is.
* Former City Hall Reporter Ray Hanania's online look at the City Hall Press Room and the Byrne Administration, published in the Chicago Reader and later online
Jonathan Rosenbaum from the Chicago Reader observed that " Raimi tries to do a Sergio Leone, and though The Quick and the Dead is highly enjoyable in spots, it doesn't come across as very convincing.
Hill, who wrote for the paper from 1992 until 1993, acknowledged to the Chicago Reader that she had written the diatribe originally for the Internet, and that the piece eventually was edited for Newcity.
Writing years later for The Chicago Reader, Dave Kehr wrote " Malick's 1973 first feature is a film so rich in ideas it hardly knows where to turn.
Dave Kehr of The Chicago Reader saw it as " marred by cut-rate techniques and a shapeless screenplay ".
Jonathan Rosenbaum, in his review for the Chicago Reader, praised Holly Hunter's performance as " something of a revelation: her short, feisty, socially gauche, aggressive-compulsive character may be the most intricately layered portrait of a career woman that contemporary Hollywood has given us ".
Dave Kehr, in the Chicago Reader, wrote, " Richter seems to have invented an elaborate mythology for his hero ... but he never bothers to explicate it ; the film gives you the mildly annoying sensation of being left out of a not very good private joke ".
Chicago Reader film critic Jonathan Rosenbaum wrote that what director James Brooks " Manages to do with ( the characters ) as they struggle mightily to connect with one another is funny, painful, beautiful, and basically truthful-a triumph for everyone involved.
Whatever You ’ re Looking For You Wont ’ Find It here, published by the Kunsthalle Wien to accompany Pettibon ’ s exhibition in 2006 ; Turn to the Title Page, an artist book that was specially created as a part of Pettibon ’ s one-artist exhibition at the Whitney Museum in 2005 ; Raymond Pettibon: Plots Laid Thick published by MACBA in Barcelona, Spain in 2002 ; Raymond Pettibon, published by Phaidon Press, Inc. in 2001 ; Raymond Pettibon: The Books 1978-98, edited by Roberto Ohrt and published by Verlag der Buchhandlung Walter Konig and DAP, New York in 2000 ; and Raymond Pettibon: A Reader, published by the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the Renaissance Society at the University of Chicago in 1998.
Cecil Adams is a name, possibly a pseudonym, designating the American author of The Straight Dope, a popular question and answer column published in The Chicago Reader since 1973.
" Of Rotten Tomatoes ' " top critics ," only Dave Kehr of the Chicago Reader disliked Absence of Malice, writing that " the picture has a smug, demoralizing sense of pervasive corruption.
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It was produced by The Hypocrites and ran for several months in 2010 at The Chopin Theater in Chicago.
But Tony Meola stopped every one of them and the defense barely held on to the lead as time ran out on the Chicago Fire.
This stage version, the first to use the shortened title " The Wizard of Oz ", opened in Chicago in 1902, then ran on Broadway for 293 stage nights from January to October 1903.
A critically acclaimed 2001 Chicago Shakespeare Theater production, directed by Gary Griffin, transferred to the West End Donmar Warehouse, where it ran from June 30, 2003 until September 6, 2003 and received the 2003 Olivier Award for Best Musical Production.
The Patriots took the second quickest lead in Super Bowl history after linebacker Larry McGrew recovered a fumble from Walter Payton at the Chicago 19-yard line on the second play of the game ( the Bears themselves would break this record in Super Bowl XLI when Devin Hester ran back the opening kickoff for a touchdown ).
Both dropped out before graduating and ran a carpentry business in Chicago while creating comic books.
Hoover's managers at the Republican National Convention, which met in Chicago between June 14 and June 16, ran a tight ship, not allowing expressions of concern for the direction of the nation.
The locomotive ran under its own power from Washington, DC, to Chicago to participate, and returned to Washington under its own power again when the exposition closed.
Upon his return to Chicago, Dillinger again ran into the police in Port Huron, Michigan following a tip that he was checking in on one of his bootlegging operations.
His last play, A House Not Meant To Stand was produced in Chicago in 1982 and, despite largely positive reviews, ran for only 40 performances.
The Illinois and Michigan Canal ran from the Bridgeport neighborhood in Chicago on the Chicago River to LaSalle-Peru, Illinois, on the Illinois River.
Harry S. Truman | Truman was widely expected to lose the 1948 election and the Chicago Tribune ran the incorrect headline, " Dewey Defeats Truman | DEWEY DEFEATS TRUMAN ".
In May 2004, the Tribune revealed that free-lance reporter Mark Falanga was unable to verify some facts that he inserted in a lifestyle-related column that ran on April 18, 2004, about an expensive lunch at a Chicago restaurant — namely, that the restaurant charged $ 15 for a bottle of water and $ 35 for a pasta entree.
* In 1837, Kinzie ’ s son John H. Kinzie ran for the position of the first mayor of Chicago, losing to William Butler Ogden.
In 1900-01, the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railroad company built a stretch from Enid, Oklahoma to Tucumcari, New Mexico, which ran through the county.
The Choctaw, Oklahoma and Western Railroad ( later the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railway ) ran between Guthrie and Chandler, Oklahoma, while the Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railroad ran east from Guthrie to Fallis, Oklahoma.
New Beast Theater Works in collaboration with High Concept Laboratories produced a " semi-opera " about Michelson, his obsessive work style and its effect on his family life which ran from February 11 to February 26, 2011 in Chicago at The Building Stage.
From 1903 until 1917, the Cincinnati, Bluffton and Chicago Railroad, sometimes referred to as the CB & C, ran through Pennville.
Although the cars were a hit at the 1910 Chicago Automobile show and they sold hundreds of cars, due to bad financial decisions the Church Manufacturing Company ran out of money and had to close.