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Olivia Renteria, center, and Erin McGrath, right, star as Marcia Brady and Laurie Partridge in “The Bardy Bunch,” which will open in Chicago on Sept. 15.

To ‘Brady’ or not to ‘Brady?: Show crossing Shakespeare themes, ‘70s TV to make Chicago debut

September 12, 2016

Chicago will soon be the only place where two beloved families brutally murder each other in hilarious fashion, all while singing sappy love songs.“The Bardy Bunch: The War of the Families Partridge and B...

College continues turnover: hiring, promotion overhaul

Academic Affairs turnover

By Campus Editor

April 4, 2016

Approximately 19 current and new academic affairs positions—internal and external—will have undergone change this academic year, with even more changes expected in the upcoming year. Some positions include ...

CTA un-fare increases

By Editorial Board

December 3, 2012

The Chicago Transit Authority announced in a Nov. 20 press release that it hopes to close its $165 million budget deficit by raising the price for transit passes, trips from O’Hare and the reduced fare used by children, seniors and people with disabilities, effective mid-January. Base cash fare for rail and buses will remain the same.One-day passes will increase from $5.75 to $10, three-day passes will go from $14 to $20, seven-day pass...

“Chicago Rot” begins filming its dark love-letter

By Sophia Coleman

November 21, 2011

A brute force tragedy is brewing in the gritty depths of our beloved city.As previously reported by The Chronicle on Sept. 6, “Chicago Rot,” an indie horror-thriller, vowed to deliver a “dark love-letter” that the “Rot” crew said will break the preconceived boundaries of the independent film scene.Three filmmakers—director Dorian Weinzimmer, producer Jeremy Vranich and Brant McCrea, co-writer and lead actor—have rounded up...

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