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Tribune reportersThree men were killed and at eight other people wounded in shootings across the city between Friday afternoon and early Saturday, from the Old Irving Park neighborhood on the Northwest Side to the South Chicago neighborhood near Lake Michigan. The 34-...
In 1959, Astor Piazzolla – a genius of tango composition and performance – released "Take Me Dancing," an album he later deemed an artistic "sin." The jazz-inspired recording, which Piazzolla had hoped would enable him to break through to...
Film critics are to filmmakers what Chicago is to New York: a little envious, a lot insecure, secretly fearful of second-class status. Hypersensitive to slights, real or imagined. Important — but not essential. The world would perish without movies;...
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The architect of President Obama’s political narrative has a new story to tell: His own. David Axelrod, Obama’s longtime confidant and former strategist, will write a “personal biography of his professional life,” according to...
Tribune reporterThe father of one of two young children found with bruises after police responded to a disturbance in the East Chatham neighborhood has been charged with domestic battery, authorities said. Edwin Anderson, 28, was expected to appear in Domestic Violence...
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University of Chicago researchers said they have identified a genetic marker that will help identify children most likely to develop asthma after they catch a cold. The researchers found that 90 percent of children under age 3 who wheezed after catching...
Tribune reporterThe University of Illinois at Chicago is launching a $10 million fund to help inventions advance from the research stage toward potential commercial opportunities, becoming the latest academic institution in the area to channel increased resources...
In a dim corridor Monday along the third-base side of Wrigley Field, about 30 feet away from a restroom still equipped with troughs and a wall holding pay phones, Cubs Chairman Tom Ricketts outlined the tentative deal struck to renovate the rickety 99-...
WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. employers have more job openings than at any other time in nearly five years. That's in part because they seem in no hurry to fill them. And it helps explain why the job market remains tight and unemployment high. Even as...
The architect of President Barack Obama's political narrative has a new story to tell: His own. David Axelrod, Obama's longtime confidant and former strategist, will pen a "personal biography of his professional life," according to publisher Penguin...
When Gregory Harden and his family moved into the Washington Park neighborhood in 2005, he was 16 and his mother didn't want him going anywhere near the stores on the southeast corner of 55th Place and Prairie Avenue. A once-pristine-and-stately 10,000-...
A three-vehicle crash near the south end of Jackson Park sent eight people to hospitals this afternoon, including one critically injured adult and several young children, authorities said. The crash involving two minivans and a sedan a little before 4...
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