Daily Herald reports that the Classics show choir will perform for Jane Lynch.
The Wheaton Warrenville South Classics Show Choir will sing to Emmy-winning actress Jane Lynch on ABC7 for Monday's "Windy City Live," show, the Daily Herald reported Friday. Lynch plays a villainous character on TV's hit series, "Glee," and will be in Chicago to promote her book "Happy Accidents." The Classics won the 2011 FAME National Championships in Indianapolis last spring, and are experienced ABC7 performers. The Classics won the ABC7 "Show Choir Showdown" in May, when four high school show choirs competed for votes after morning performances on the show.
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Last weekend, Patch ran a great column by Mediocre Mom Renee Gough called To Glee or Not to Glee. Parents across many of our sites got really into this discussion, so today, we're going to focus on television. For many parents, the TV is a constant battle: how much television should kids watch and what's appropriate, for who, and for how old of children? For kids, the battle is same. They might have friends that are allowed to watch HBO television shows, or even "family shows" like Glee, and they don't want to be the only one left out. You can be sure that kids are talking about these shows the next day at school with their friends. So parents, where do you draw the line? When are kids old enough to watch their favorite shows unsupervised…