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Justin Kelly (director, writer) and Garrett Clayton (actor) appear at the film's screening at the Reeling Film Festival that highlights international LGBTQ+ movies. Landmark Theatre, 2828 N. Clark St. Sept. 29.

Disney star transforms into gay porn star in new biopic

By ARTS & CULTURE EDITOR
October 17, 2016
Joyce Percel, who works for Chicago Cares, said its annual Serve-a-thon will take place on June 25. She said it is estimated to bring in 5,000 volunteers. 

Notable Native: Joyce Percel

By metro editor
May 9, 2016
Crime Statistics

Chicago hits deadliest day in over a decade

By Gretchen Sterba Metro Reporter
September 14, 2015
Families enjoy treats and entertainment during the April 11 debut event for a monthly Uptown series called Uptown Saturday Nights, which will run through December.

Monthly entertainment event brings Saturday night fever to Uptown

By Arts & Culture Reporter
April 20, 2015
Kyle Heller’s company, Cinematique, was listed as one of the world’s most innovative video companies in 2015.

Alum recognized for innovative company

By Katlyn Tolly
March 2, 2015

How-to: Be Funny

March 3, 2014
The Black Film Society hosted a screening Feb. 26 to address the lack of diversity in the Cinema Art + Science Department. Andre Richardson Hogan II, a 2001 liberal arts alumnus, commented on the lack of diversity he experienced at Columbia during the post-screening Q-and-A session.

Student doc targets diversity

By Campus Editor
March 3, 2014
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