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Since 1999, artist Stephen Cartwright has recorded his exact latitude, longitude and elevation every hour of every day and then translates his collected data into sculptural forms. His work is part of the "LifeLoggers: Chronicling the Everyday" exhibit at the Elmhurst Art Museum.

Elmhurst Art Museum’s new exhibit turns everyday life into art

Clarendon Hills kicks off its annual Dancin' in the Street concert series June 18. The series runs for sixth consecutive Wednesdays. | File photo

Clarendon Hills announces Dancin’ in the Street concert lineup

The Wednesday night events begin June 18 and run for six consecutive weeks through July 23 on Prospect Avenue, between Park Avenue and the railroad tracks.

Out of his league: Jon Hamm in "Million Dollar Arm."

Movies: ‘Million Dollar Arm’ reviewed and other new, recent films

Jon Favreau cooks up a new life in “Chef,” Johnny Depp gets gonzo in “For No Good Reason,” the Big G stomps again in “Godzilla” and Jon Hamm goes major league in “Million Dollar...

You just can't keep a good monster down: "Godzilla."

Movie Review: New ‘Godzilla’ bigger, badder and dumber

It’s bigger, badder, louder and more spectacular, of course, but despite its $160-million budget, the new “Godzilla” is still, at heart, a big, dumb old-fashioned monster movie...

Second baseman Johnny Evers, who played for the Chicago Orphans/Cubs from 1902-1913. Evers was the middleman in the famous double-play combination along with Joe Tinker and Frank Chance. | Elmhurst Historical Museum

Do you bleed blue or black?: Cubs vs. Sox exhibit now open in Elmhurst

Mike Locicero thinks White Sox Fans tend to be harsher than Cubs fans. “For whatever reason, if you talk to [Sox fans], they will tell you a good day in the summer is when the...

Rose Byrne and Seth Rogen in "Neighbors."  | AP Photo

Movie Review: Rude and raunchy gags make for bad ‘Neighbors’

If you can buy the idea of Seth Rogen as an old fogey, or at least an old fogey in training, it might be a little easier to accept the strained comic premise of “Neighbors.”

Frankie Avalon performs at Drury Lane Theatre in Oakbrook Terrace May 19 and 20.

Frankie Avalon show travels from beach parties to ‘Beauty School Dropout’

More than 50 years after the young trumpet prodigy Frankie Avalon switched to singing and became a hit-making teen idol, with a nice side career in beach-party movies with...

Maddy Turner of Western Springs (center) plays a game of choice with Kaelin Reichmann of HInsdale as Claire Sullivan and Meghan Bulger, both from Western Springs watch during a rehearsal of "Shel's Shorts" at the Children's Theatre of Western Springs. | Jane Michaels/Sun-Times Media

Children’s Theatre of Western Springs draws laughs with ‘Shel’s Shorts’

The High School Repertory Company of the Children’s Theatre of Western Springs is staging a collection of eight short plays by Shel Silverstein on May 16-18.

<p>Macaulay&nbsp;Culkin in "Home Alone 2: Lost in New York."&nbsp;</p>

Thrillist names the best fictional Chicagoans of all time

The house in "Home Alone" is in Winnetka, "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" was filmed across the North Shore, John Cusack is from Evanston and "Risky Business" was filmed in Highland...

Lea Michele voices that famous girl from Kansas in “Legends of Oz: Dorothy’s Return.”

Movies: ‘Legends of Oz: Dorothy’s Return,’ reviewed and other new, recent films

Race raises romantic issues in “Belle,” diet dictates disaster in “Fed Up,” Dorothy ditches Kansas again in ”Legends of Oz,” Sarah Drew keeps the faith in “Moms’ Night Out” and...

Trouble on the town: The cast of "Moms' Night Out."

Movie Review: Sexism trumps religion in aggravating ‘Mom’s Night’

A lot of effort clearly went into making this wholesome, middle-class suburban-nightmare comedy as appealing as possible for a broad audience despite its religious agenda —...

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