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Tribune criticChicago's chefs and restaurants lost a keen observer and tireless champion of their work with the passing today of Pat Bruno. Bruno, 79, was the restaurant critic at the Chicago Sun-Times (which reported his death earlier) for 27 years. He was...
In 1860, this newspaper made the case for Abraham Lincoln's election to the presidency, extolling him for "ability that no man can question, firmness that nothing can overbear, honesty that has never been impeached, and patriotism that never despairs."...
Tags: Voting, Barack Obama, Abraham Lincoln, Elections, Politics
KIAHWhat's behind a name? Well apparently Groupon. The deal-of-the-day site is relieving parents of the burden of naming their bundle of joy. For $1,000, Groupon will name your baby. And it's the strangest name…"Clembough". Just to be clear, the site is not...
Tags: Groupon, Inc., Facebook
I rarely rode my bike around Chicago this summer, which was different from all the summers before. I can't pinpoint exactly why, except to say that cycling on the city streets, which I once did as breezily as Mary Poppins, feels more dangerous than it...
The clash between Northwestern University and preservationists over the fate of Bertrand Goldberg's old Prentice Women's Hospital is expected to climax as early as Oct. 4 when the Commission on Chicago Landmarks could begin weighing the merits of...
CHICAGO (AP) — The public teachers' strikethat has halted classwork and upset family routines across Chicago ground into a third day Wednesday with some movement reported by union and school board negotiators but no sign of an imminent deal....
CNNWASHINGTON -- Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr., who hasn't been seen on Capitol Hill since late May, hopes to return work Monday after checking out of the Mayo Clinic where he was treated for bipolar depression, his office said. Monday is the first day back for...
Clout StreetFive hundred Chicago Public Schools students at five high schools will receive free CTA rides to school, Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced today. Clemente, Richards, Sullivan, TEAM Englewood and Wells will participate in the program during the first...
A plan for Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr. to return to work next week after Labor Day has been put on hold. The Mayo Clinic in Minnesota tells the Chicago Sun-Times Jackson is still a patient, undergoing treatment for depression and bipolar disorder....
Tribune reporterWhen the Mayo Clinic distributed a statement that Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. was being treated at the Minnesota healthcare facility for “depression and gastrointestinal issues,” it marked the first independently verifiable word on the congressman&...
There have been several disturbing headlines in journalism over the past couple of months. See these recent headlines from the Poynter Institute: ¿ “Portions of Jonah Lehrer’s New Yorker blog posts taken from his previous writings,”...
ST. JOSEPH, Mich. (AP) — A Chicago doctor who devoted his career to saving the lives of children died trying to assist two young people who were struggling in the treacherous waves of Lake Michigan over the weekend. Dr. Donald Liu, his wife and...
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