Chicago-based Dr. Ian Smith has become well-known for authoring his bestselling “Shred” diet books, being a medical/diet expert on national talk shows and working on the “Celebrity Fit Club” TV series.
Not surprisingly, Tom Hardy felt like “someone with a split personality…a bit like a male ‘Sibyl,'” said the actor, making reference to Joanne Woodward’s famed performance as a multi-personality character.
Jennifer Lawrence gave one of her famous Mona Lisa-like smiles as she settled in to chat about the fourth and final “The Hunger Games” film — “Mockingjay, Part 2.”
Actor and singer James Maslow, starring in the new “Sherlock Holmes” production opening Tuesday (and …
While Rita Wilson is best known for both her acting work in such films as “It’s Complicated” and “Sleepless in Seattle” — plus her TV roles on “The Good Wife” and “Girls” — the actress’ early show business ambitions were about singing.
Oliver Platt has worked in Chicago a number of times over the years, but the actor says one reason he’s delighted to be starring in the new “Chicago Med” series (premiering at 8 p.m. Tuesday, WMAQ-Channel 5) is the chance to get to know Our Town better.
The Dixie Chicks are going back on the road and will return to touring with their upcoming “DCX MMXVI World Tour” — a 40-city musical journey through the U.S. and Canada which will include a stop in the Chicago area next year.
Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse was the steakery of choice recently for Derrick Rose and (separately) Illinois Secretary of State Jesse White, there to celebrate a pal’s daughter’s engagement party.
Even though Charlie Sheen’s blatant candor about his highly-active sexuality is part of our contemporary popular culture, the news he’s about to go public with his HIV-positive status likely will shock many.
More than 200 members of Chicago’s best-dressed crowd joined forces last week as the Chicago chapter of Fashion Group International — the organization representing fashion industry professionals — gathered to honor the contributions of such major stylesetters as designer James Mischka and Neiman Marcus’ fashion guru Ken Downing.