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Promotional portrait of American actor Jimmie Walker as he poses with a talking doll based on his character 'J. J.' from the television series 'Good Times,' . The doll features J. J.'s catchphrase, 'Dyn-O-Mite,' on its sweater. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Dyn-O-Mite! ’70s-Era Series ‘Good Times’ May Be Resurrected As A Film

“Good Times,” which aired on CBS, was about an African-American family living in a poor neighborhood in Chicago.

04/27/2015

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Ellen DeGeneres Gives Chicagoans Chance To Be On Her Show

When Ellen DeGeneres gives her followers an order, they listen. Ellen DeGeneres had plans for Chicago on Tuesday (October 1), instructing her followers on Facebook and Twitter to go to Cloud Gate — the public sculpture in Millennium Park more commonly known as the Bean — at 4pm.

10/02/2013

Two Chicago women are on the CBS show '3': Rachel Harley, left, and April Francis. (CBS)

New CBS Dating Show ‘3’ Features 2 Chicago Women

CBS 2’s Jim Williams meets cast-mates Rachel Harley and April Francis and talks about their expectations of the show, which will air Sundays.

07/26/2012

Chicago Botanic Garden

Spring Flower Shows

After a long cold winter, nothing can brighten your day like the bright colors of spring flowers. Even if it’s still a little chilly outside, these indoor gardens and show promise you a blooming good time. In addition to being able to view unique and beautiful plants, at some shows you’ll have the chance to talk to the growers, purchase the latest gardening supplies and pick up a few plants or flowers for your home.

03/17/2012

Rosie O'Donnell, left, and Oprah Winfrey speak to the media after the unveiling of a new sign outside Harpo Studios welcoming "The Rosie Show," to the studio Thursday, Sept. 15, 2011, in Chicago. "The Rosie Show" premieres Monday, Oct. 10 on the Oprah Winfrey Network and will be filmed at the former home of "The Oprah Winfrey Show." (AP Photo/M. Spencer Green)

Oprah Winfrey’s Network Axes ‘The Rosie Show’

The show premiered in October to about 500,000 viewers but lost about half that audience within days of its debut.

03/16/2012