Introducing the all-new SCENES Media digital series, “Film Nosh,” where hosts Chris and Peek bring you a clever and fun review of some of the year’s best (and worst!) films. This week, they take a look at the Wes Anderson film, “Isle of Dogs.”
With a provocative story, a skilled cast, and the beautiful interiors and streetscapes of New York City, the film sounds like it’s worth a summer’s afternoon spent in air conditioning — so long as you don’t think too hard about it.
Twenty years ago, Chicago Tribune columnist Mary Schmich wrote a hypothetical graduation speech, later made famous by Baz Luhrmann, offering advice to the class of ‘97 as they ventured into the unknown territory of adulthood. In addition to simple, but smart, suggestions like “wear sunscreen” and “dance,” the column contained two lines of advice about living in twoRead more