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Mechanical engineers in the Creative Machines Lab at Columbia University have been experimenting with 3D-printed food (“food printers”) and laser cooking of food since 2005.
Spouse resents the seemingly generous man’s nickel-and-dime approach to household finances.
The awards, which recognize excellence in non-equity theater in the Chicago area, honored 35 winners in all, selected from 167 nominees representing 28 artistic/technical categories.
Chabelo starred in Mexico’s longest-running television show, ‘En Familia con Chabelo,’ a Sunday variety show that ran from 1967 to 2015. He performed well into his 80s.
First-graders are barred from singing a song promoting LGBTQ acceptance by district officials who say the song “could be perceived as controversial.”
Art
The board of the Tallahassee Classical School pressured Principal Hope Carrasquilla to resign last week after an image of the David was shown to a sixth-grade art class.
Documentary ‘Raised Up West Side’ begins streaming Tuesday, accompanied by soundtrack of artists from the region.
Concern about destabilizing the kid’s life is all that’s stopping the man from leaving his unfaithful spouse and beginning a new life with someone else.
Leading the parade down Halsted Street were the colorful, traditionally dressed dancers of the Perifania School of Hellenic Music and Dance, which has been marching in the parade for about a decade.
Chicago author Bill Zehme had a genius for writing celebrity profiles and making friends. He wrote biographies of Frank Sinatra, Andy Kaufman and Jay Leno.
Lyric deserves enormous credit for embracing this undertaking and going all in both in terms of scale and daring. It is, by any measure, a major event.
Call from out of the blue introduces confusion into love life.
A representative for the ‘Ant-Man’ and ‘Creed III’ actor says evidence will show he is ‘‘entirely innocent.’
Webber, the famed composer, missed the Broadway opening Thursday of his “Bad Cinderella” to be at his son’s side with other loved ones.
The unfaithful woman upset her mom when she left a seemingly good marriage for somebody new.
The show that opened Thursday in New York is a hyped-up, over-caffeinated fractured fairy tale that loses its way in the forest and wastes some of the nicest melodies Andrew Lloyd Webber has written in decades.
Abbey officials said Friday that the section of the church’s floor known as the Cosmati pavement, where the chair in which Britain’s monarchs are crowned has been placed for some 700 years, will be on display during King Charles’ May 6 coronation.
Jeff Tweedy and company are in the midst of a three-night run at the North Side club, promising a different set each night.
The action hero isn’t quite up to Jack Bauer speed anymore on frenetic Paramount+ spy thriller.