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04/11/14 Key performances help redeem FVR's 'Cheaper by the Dozen'
By Barbara Vitello - To clear up any confusion, the only thing Fox Valley Repertory's production of the family comedy "Cheaper by the Dozen" has in common with the 2003 Steve Martin-Bonnie Hunt film is its title, and the number of children to which the title... FULL STORY
04/11/14 Theater events: 'Gathering' a contemporary Last Supper
By Barbara Vitello - Clockwise Theatre presents the world premiere of "A Thin Line," and Improv Playhouse remounts its seasonal offering "The Gathering," this week in suburban theater. FULL STORY
04/10/14 First Folio announces season
By Barbara Vitello - First Folio Theatre in Oak Brook, opens its 2014-2015 season with "The Gravedigger," a new drama by Joseph Zettelmaier inspired by Frankenstein's Monster. FULL STORY
04/10/14 Arlington Heights man sentenced for 6th DUI
By Barbara Vitello Legal Affairs Writer - A 35-year old Arlington Heights man pleaded guilty to his 5th DUI and to driving on a suspended or revoked license Thursday. Dimitar Nikolov, also known as Georgi Grigorov, was sentenced as a class X offender based on his previous convictions. Cook... FULL STORY
04/09/14 Antioch teen admits to abusing young girl
By Barbara Vitello Legal Affairs Writer - An Antioch man pleaded guilty Wednesday to sexually assaulting a young girl. In exchange for his guilty plea, Sean P. Hayes, 18, was sentenced to 6 years in prison and ordered to register as a sex offender upon his release. FULL STORY
04/09/14 Arlington Heights man charged with sexual abuse
By Barbara Vitello Legal Affairs Writer - Arlington Heights police charged a 65-year-old man with sexual abusing a young girl from August 2011 through August 2012. Gregorio Juarez Juarez was ordered held on $300,000 bail Wednesday. FULL STORY
04/07/14 Men plead guilty to 2012 Hoffman Estates armed robbery
By Barbara Vitello Legal Affairs Writer - Two men charged with a 2012 armed robbery in Hoffman Estates have pleaded guilty, court records show. In exchange for his guilty plea Friday, Tehron M. Sweet, 21, was sentenced to 15 years in prison. Jose J. Gonzales, 21, was sentenced to six years... FULL STORY
04/05/14 Marriott grooms 'Cats' to near purr-fection
By Barbara Vitello - Andrew Lloyd Webber's "Cats" has its fans and its critics. But in a revival for Marriott Theatre, Marc Robin's savvy storytelling and fresh, exhilarating choreography make "Cats" worth seeing. FULL STORY
04/04/14 Dad sentenced to 60 years in Addison girl's death
By Barbara Vitello Legal Affairs Writer - A Chicago man convicted in the 2008 stabbing death of his 9-year-old daughter, Mya Lyons of Addison, was sentenced Friday to 60 years in prison. Richard Lyons, 44, must complete the entire sentence, the maximum allowed under the law, before he is... FULL STORY
04/04/14 First Folio's 'Salvage' examines what we hold dear
By Barbara Vitello - During intermission opening night of First Folio Theatre's world premiere of Joseph Zettelmaier's "Salvage," not everyone raced for refreshments and the restrooms. FULL STORY
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