Witness for the Prosecution-Directed by Billy Wilder, 1957, Not Rated, 116 min.-Versatile director Wilder was harnessing Hitchcock as he made this legal stunner.
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Learn how to choose the right equipment and avoid overspending and obsolescence, while minimizing your long-term overall costs. This workshop also will cover workstations, servers, peripherals, mobile devices, warranties, and service offerings. First in a series from the Chicago Chapter of SCORE.
Also: Oct. 29: IP Protection and Protecting Your Business Online; Nov. 15: You've been hacked! Why didnt you know?
Drop in and get down with some fun stories and groovy tunes. DJ Miss Cate will play some great songs from our terrific music collection. Families with all ages welcome!
Notorious-1946, Not Rated, 101 min.-Known for being both a classic romance and a classic spy thriller, this Cary Grant/Ingrid Bergman thriller is one of Hitchcocks most underrated gems!
Joelle Charbonneau author of the the Testing Trilogy will energize and inspire teens with her writing experiences.
Attorney Jacob Ehrensaft will discuss estate planning, including wills, trusts, powers of attorney, living wills, probate, and guardianship. The importance of planning ahead as well as updating existing documents to reflect changes in the law and personal circumstances will be reviewed. Registration required.
Boomshaka is Northwestern University's premier drum, dance, and rhythm ensemble. Entirely student written, directed, and produced, they'll be preforming dance styles such as hip-hop and tap with various forms of percussion, using everything from sticks, poles, and buckets to their hands and feet. Pick up free tickets in KidSpace 30 minutes ahead of time. Seating is limited.
Psoriasis is not just skin deep! During this interactive presentation, you will learn about signs and symptoms of psoriasis, various treatment options, as well as lifestyle strategies that enable those living with psoriasis to lead healtheir and happier lives.
Gaslight-Directed by George Cukor, 1944, Not Rated, 114 min.
A taut thriller that has Hitchcocks influence all over it.