Let’s toast to the best Broadway has to offer with specially made drinks for some of the most nominated shows of 2015
CBS 2 Chief Correspondent Jay Levine offers a preview.
The decision to move the popular Riot Fest from Humboldt Park to Douglas Park was cause for celebration, and a warning, from those who didn’t want the festival back in their neighborhood.
This week, we say our final goodnight to a late-night legend and a pop star’s new music video brings some star power
Last night”Late Show” David Letterman signed-off, marking the end of an era in television, and special guests and celebrities thanked him the best ways they knew how.
Late night talk shows that are usually filled with jokes and humor took a more sentimental turn as hosts like Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel and Seth Myers bid farewell to David Letterman.
Facing backlash from the Humboldt Park community for damage caused by last year’s festival, organizers of Riot Fest have moved the annual punk rock bash to Douglas Park.
The end of the Letterman era on TV is especially poignant for one group of Chicago area people.
“On Your Feet” – the story of Gloria Estefan and her husband Emilio – begins its pre-Broadway run here in Chicago in two weeks.
David Letterman was your taste-maker older brother who shared his favorite music nightly like a perfectly curated mixtape.
He also discusses his longtime desk and what he’ll be doing in five years.
King, a legendary bluesman who influenced generations of musicians and fans, died at his Las Vegas home Thursday at age 89. CBS 2’s Brad Edwards reports.
Buzz is already building for CBS’s highly anticipated fall show, “Supergirl,” a superhero drama taking place in National City.
Bob Dylan hasn’t been on “Late Show” in 22 years.
This week, one mean girl needs to finish some community service and a late-night host is ready to say his final goodbye.
B.B. King might have put it best when he said, “As long as people have problems, the blues can never die.” The legend might be gone, but his music lives on.
The final broadcasts will feature appearances by Tom Hanks, Bill Murray, Eddie Vedder and Letterman’s historic final “Late Show” broadcast on May 20
The title of Spike Lee’s new movie might not sit well with some, but the filmmaker was not backing down from calling his upcoming film on Chicago’s gun violence “Chiraq,” as he defended his controversial work on Thursday.
The 2015 CBS Upfronts happened yesterday, live from Carnegie Hall in New York City and revealed the upcoming slate of new programming for the network.
It’s a play that hangs on, and draws audiences no matter how often it’s produced. “Jersey Boys” is the story of Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons, their rise to fame and fortune, their fall, and their struggle back.