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    Kate said:
    December 25, 2012 at 12:37 PM

    Watching BOZO, what memories! But Ringmaster Ned WAS RIGHT, the folks in Bourbonnais do pronounce it the old fashioned way, Bozo and your way began when the area began to build up, and more folks from out of the area began a French way of saying the City name. My family lived there in the 59's when it was separated from Kankakee

    Kevin said:
    January 10, 2013 at 2:52 PM

    I saw The Book of Mormon yesterday & loved it. I couldn't stop laughing. Can't understand why people are angry with you when you gave it a great review. If I can get tickets to another show, I'd go again. That's how good it was.

    Denise Hicks said:
    January 11, 2013 at 11:06 AM

    Dear Dean,

    I value your movie reviews and watch WGN morning news every day. However, I listened to you on the radio yesterday (1/10) between 5pm & 5:30pm. I think that you crossed the line and became disrespectful with your comments about the young lady who was nominated for her work in "Beasts of the Southern Wild". Just because her name is from another culture does not mean that you don't bother to pronounce it correctly, it just might be a name that you have to remember. I'm very disappointed in you, Dean Richards.

    Kenneth Eddy said:
    June 13, 2013 at 11:50 AM

    Dean, my Nephew (from Downers Grove) Just won first place at the Dances with Movies festival in L.A. Can you do a piece on local boy does good?

    Dances With Films celebrated its "Sweet 16" year by wrapping up their annual festival on Sunday night, June 9, 2013 with the announcement of this year's award winning films.

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    The Grand Jury Award for Feature Film went to writer/director/producer Joe Eddy's "Coyote" which will receive a distribution deal with Gravitas Ventures.

    View slideshow: Dances With Films award winners

    Eddy's film tells the story of an lonely man who forms an unlikely friendship with an illegal Mexican laborer of the same age and embarks on a dangerous adventure to retrieve his mother and sister who are being held captive in Tijuana.

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