Guests Announced For Letterman's Final Three ShowsThe final broadcasts will feature appearances by Tom Hanks, Bill Murray, Eddie Vedder and Letterman’s historic final “Late Show” broadcast on May 20
On Howard Stern Show, Bill Murray Opens Door To Be Final 'Late Show' GuestAs David Letterman prepares for his final months of his "Late Show," will his first-ever late night guest be his last guest?
Funniest Lost Dog Poster We've Ever SeenIt's a feeling most dog owners experience at one point or another: the fear of losing your pup. Thankfully, the poster for the lost dog above, which has been appearing all over Chicago, is (obviously) fake.
Primetime Emmy Award Winners: Top TV Shows Of All TimeThe Television Academy has honored hundreds of actors, actresses and television series for delivering exceptional work that has entertained millions of viewers around the world. Here’s a look at the top five television shows that have taken home the most Primetime Emmy Awards in history, since 1949.
Horrible Horoscopes: VirgoVirgo (can I call you Virgo?), the days of standing by your original recipe are behind you. And crispy? Forgettaboutit. Live your life like you’re a bucket full of spicy goodness.
Celebrities Take Their Swings At Medinah Before Ryder CupThe best golfers from around the world are playing this week in our backyard, at Medinah Country Club for the Ryder Cup, but on Tuesday it was more about the stargazing.
Bernstein: Opening Day Feels Weird This YearHope and possibility are just a matter of time, at least for Chicago baseball.
Guide To Groundhog DaySince 1993, the Groundhog Day holiday has enjoyed renewed interest due to the namesake cult film starring the very excellent Bill Murray as weatherman Phil Connors. While Punxsatawney, PA gets most the national attention on the day itself, the actual location of the filming of Groundhog Day is our very own Woodstock, IL. Murray was the star, but the town itself plays a major role...
No Gophers, But Bill Murray A Winner At Pebble BeachThere were no reports of gophers digging tunnels under the course, but the man who once played Carl Spackler in “Caddyshack” was a winner at the real Pebble Beach National Pro-Am over the weekend.