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firstname.lastname@example.orgWith world leaders on their way to Camp David for a Group of Eight summit, protesters trickled into nearby Thurmont to speak their minds. The movement started slowly Friday morning, with just two representatives of the Larouche Political Action Committee...
Tribune criticEach and every year in Chicago, there is a moment when the problems of the city seem to fall away and everything seems doable and winnable again. It is a moment inextricably tied to the weather. Spring always comes later than even the worst-case scenario....
A push to bring more arts instruction to Chicago Public Schools got a boost Wednesday when Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced an additional $500,000 in funding for the CPS Arts Education Plan for the coming school year. The new money brings total funding...
RedEyeChicago's got more than 4,795 of them, but only one mile is called "magnificent." That stretch of North Michigan Avenue—which actually is just shy of a mile in length—from the Chicago River to Oak Street certainly is bustling. On any given...
Tribune reporterCircus performers and Shakespearean actors helped Mayor Rahm Emanuel announce Tuesday that the city is doubling the number of performances and cultural events at its parks this summer. Amid lush greenery and newly bloomed flowers at Garfield Park...
Rahm Emanuel is a North Shore-bred millionaire who trained as a ballet dancer and vacations in Vietnam. It's part of the back story to his hard-charging, ran-the-White-House public persona. It's also an image, perhaps, that has led a majority of...
Surrounded by kids as he accepted money from a soft-drink company for nutrition and exercise classes, Rahm Emanuel was asked if it might make more sense for children's health to take a harder line on the sale of sugary drinks. "I'm here about making...
The Chicago Tribune won 16 Peter Lisagor Awards for outstanding journalism Friday night in a competition sponsored by the Chicago Headline Club. The Tribune's investigative series “Children at Risk,” written by reporters Christy Gutowski...
Chicago Tribune reporters and photographers, along with the newspaper's editorial cartoonist, have earned national and statewide recognition recently. Cartoonist Scott Stantis was awarded the Sigma Delta Chi Award for editorial cartooning from the...
Tribune reporterA Chicago man accused in a fumbling, cloak-and-dagger plot to build a pipe bomb during last spring’s NATO summit pleaded guilty today and was sentenced to 3 years in prison. Judge Kenneth Wadas handed down the sentence for Mark Neiweem, 28, who...
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WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama has proposed a $3.8 trillion budget for fiscal 2014 that aims to slash the deficit by $1.8 trillion over 10 years, raise taxes on the wealthy and trim popular benefit programs including Social Security and...
The other day at lunch, two Chicago police detectives, Bill Sullivan and Michele Moore-Grose, were talking with me about the murder cases they've been working and the young people shot dead. They brought up a movie to explain what they see in Chicago....
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