- Los Angeles TimesMay 21 06:29 PM
A long title for a movie devoted to a flash-in-the-pan rock band, "Quiet Riot: Well Now You're Here, There's No Way Back" is a documentary about the spandex-and-frizz group whose 1983 release "Metal Health" became the first heavy metal album to top the Billboard charts.
- CBS ChicagoMay 22 11:23 AM
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.
- FOX News ChicagoMay 20 08:16 AM
Riot Fest is moving from Humboldt Park to Douglas Park on the Near West Side.
- WGN TV ChicagoMay 20 06:11 AM
CHICAGO — Despite the overwhelming support from the community, businesses and musicians, Riot Fest is moving from Humboldt Park. Riot Fest announced Wednesday morning that the 2015 festival will be held in Douglas Park. 26th Ward Alderman Roberto Maldonado didn’t want Riot Fest in Humboldt Park this year because he says it’s still recovering from […]
- CBS ChicagoMay 20 07:24 AM
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.
- UPIMay 22 09:41 AM
Amy R. Connolly ALBANY, N.Y., May 22 (UPI) -- Some 40 years after the Attica prison riot, newly unsealed court documents show inmates were denied medical treatment, tortured and beaten.
- ChicagoistMay 22 11:58 AM
The organizers of Riot Fest are offering early ticket buyers a full refund now that the three-day fest is being moved from Humboldt Park to Douglas Park. [ more › ]
- RedEyeMay 21 04:01 PM
A day after announcing a venue change, Riot Fest organizers sent an email on Thursday to people who purchased early bird tickets, notifying them that the tickets will be honored at its new home in Chicago's Douglas Park and offering a full refund until Monday if they no longer want to go to the fest, set for Sept. 11-13. "While we are saddened to move the festival away from Humboldt Park, we are...
- CBC via Yahoo Canada NewsMay 21 02:20 PM
Calvin Kenny, 24, and Jody Clarke, 39, learned Thursday afternoon in provincial court in St. John's of their 14-month sentences. Kenny, who is already serving federal prison time at Springhill Institute, and Clarke, who has just five months left of his sentence because of time served, were ordered by Judge Colin Flynn to provide a DNA sample. Clarke, who was seen on HMP chapel surveillance ...
- IGN VideogamesMay 21 12:04 PM
Riot's new "instant feedback system" could have the power to process and punish reported players instantly.
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