Entertainment Stories from September 28, 2021
Feder: Tom McNamee to retire as Sun-Times editorial page editorSep 28, 2021 6:32 AM - Tom McNamee, a pillar of Chicago journalism who rose from general assignment reporter to editorial page editor of the Sun-Times, is stepping down after four decades at the newspaper.
Constable: After lost year, AfterImage Film Festival returns to big screen in St. CharlesSep 28, 2021 5:25 AM - After a successful launch in 2019, the AfterImage Film Festival in St. Charles lost a year to the pandemic. Now it's back with a full lineup of critically acclaimed independent feature films, shorts, documentaries and foreign films.
The Band Camino seizes 2021 as the year they break out big, tour to ChicagoSep 28, 2021 6:00 AM - That sound of a revving motor you hear is the sound of The Band Camino. The pop-rock trio is on the cusp of stardom, with a self-titled debut album that dropped earlier this month and a fall touring gig opening for Dan + Shay that stops at Chicago's United Center on Saturday, Oct. 2.
New to streaming this week: 'Sopranos' prequel, Jon Stewart and Brandi CarlileSep 28, 2021 6:00 AM - "The Many Saints of Newark" premieres Friday, Oct. 1, on HBO Max, "The Problem With Jon Stewart" debuts Thursday, Sept. 30, on Apple TV+, and six-time Grammy-winner Brandi Carlile releases a highly anticipated new album, "In These Silent Days," on Friday.
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