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BBC America’s new crime drama Ripper Street focuses on London’s East End shortly following the unsolved Jack the Ripper murders. Inspector Reid (Matthew Macfadyen), one of the lead detectives in the case, believes he will one day solve the crime. Reid is assisted by Sergeant Drake (Jerome Flynn), his fiercely loyal
. . .come on and have a good time and read one of the books below:
The Museum of Science and Industry is presenting a special display Charlie Brown and the Great Exhibit celebrating the nearly 50 years that Charles Schulz created the famous cartoon. The exhibit has interactive Peanuts-related activities throughout it, making it suitable for all ages. This unique program celebrating the life and work of this creative genius will run through February 18, 2013.
If you miss the snow that usually blankets Chicago this time of year, pull on your snow boots and try to solve one of these wintery crimes.
Make your New Year’s resolutions count! Holistic Life coach Teresa McGrath will present the tools needed to manage lifestyle culinary habits on Tuesday, January 8 at 7 P.M. - MA See Adult Services to sign up or call 630-260-1550 for any questions or register online at www.glensidepld.org.
New Year's Eve is the biggest party night of the year. Check out these party books and movies for the big night...or any special occasion in 2013.
Impossible, a film starring Naomi Watts and Ewan McGregor, follows one family as they experience and survive the 2004 tsunami. For more information on tsunamis and stories on and surviving natural catastrophes, check out the following materials:
Like a nice Christmas movie? Funny? Schmaltzy? Heart-wrenching? Try one of these:
In two days, Peter Jackson's monumental The Hobbit...part 1 arrives on your local movie screens. If you're completely disgusted by the naked cash grab that Jackson and the studio are perpetuating by dividing a 300-odd page children's book into three lo-o-o-ong feature films, here are some other suggestions for you to get your fantasy fix. Heck, even if you can't wait for 8 hours or so of Hobbiting over the next two years, we still recommend these: