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Slideshow: Gateway for Cancer Research Gala Benefit in Chicago on Oct. 15, 2016

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Singer CeeLo Green at the Gateway for Cancer Research benefit.

CHICAGO – The search for the cure continues through the Chicago-based Gateway for Cancer Research, with their spectacular benefit that took place in October of 2016. Musicians and singers such as Peter Cetera, CeeLo Green, Michael Bolton and Carly Rae Jepsen were in attendance, as well as comedian Sinbad.

Red-Carpet Video Interview: CeeLo Green at Gateway for Cancer Research Gala

CHICAGO – HollywoodChicago.com publisher Adam Fendelman interviews CeeLo Green at the star-studded Gateway for Cancer Research red carpet at Navy Pier on Oct. 15, 2016.

Film Review: ‘Hotel Transylvania’ Proves Hyper Isn’t Always Funny

CHICAGO – It was probably just a matter of time. With the current vampire craze dominating pop culture in flicks like “The Twilight Saga” and shows like “True Blood,” it was inevitable that creatures of the night be turned into family entertainment. Even “Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein” was recently released on Blu-ray and Universal is about to unleash a whole set of HD monster movie classics. Monsters are hip. “Hotel Transylvania” does its best to put a nail in that coffin.

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