Wednesday, March 27, 2013
Geneva resident/model/talk-show host/columnist Jenny McCarthy says thanks to former beau and former Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher "for being Chicago’s Hulk."
Geneva's most-famous resident made her usual splash in her Sun-Times column a couple days ago when she gave some spirited well-wishes to her former beau Brian Urlacher. Writing in her Sun-Times Splash column, Jenny McCarthy said goodbye and good luck to Brian following the news that Urlacher and the Bears couldn't come to a contract agreement and the all-pro linebacker would be taking his talent to the free-agent market. McCarthy said an earlier Urlacher quote about Chicago fans was taken out of context, because everywhere she went with Brian last summer (ah, those halcyon days), "he stopped and signed every autograph and took pictures with fans." When Urlacher's career is over and he's in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, McCarthy predicted…
Tuesday, March 19, 2013
"Lizzie McGuire" and "Dancing With The Stars" and Broadway star Aaron Carter isn't just for kids anymore, but he's coming soon to a venue near you.
Tuesday, March 19
River Rockhouse, 106 S. Riverside Ave., (www.river-rockhouse.com) will play host to pop sensation Aaron Carter on Friday, March 22, 2013. Younger sibling of Backstreet Boys’ Nick Carter, Aaron has followed in his brother’s footsteps by achieving triple-platinum status and going on to reality TV and Broadway success. Chicagoland favorites 7th Heaven will open for Carter. Aaron Carter began his music career at age seven and made his first solo appearance two years later opening for older brother Nick and the Backstreet Boys. Aaron’s first full-length self-titled album achieved gold status worldwide. His sophomore album, Aaron’s Party achieved triple-platinum status… all before Aaron was thirteen. Three more albums later and Carter was …
Monday, December 31, 2012
Closely watch these clips from the new Superman movie shot around Kane and Kendall County in 2011 and look for some local filming locations.
The release date is still months away, but producers of the Superman film Man of Steel shot around Kane and Kendall County in the summer of 2011 have released another trailer hyping the film. Remember Russell Crowe's August 2011 visit to the Batavia Public Library, specifically the 10 South Coffee House? Those were the good old days. Now you can take a glimpse of the movie as well as the local scenery that made the visit possible. In this 2:33 minute clip you might see a couple local spots used for the filming and nearly all of the star-studded cast who were also seen in the area, including Kevin Costner, Russell Crowe, Henry Cavill and Amy Adams. Click here to view on your mobile device. According to film site IMDb.com, the estimated …