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When Chicago's Rev. Addie Wyatt died last year at 88, I wrote that she was a dynamo in the labor, civil and women's rights movements. That was a mere snapshot. On Saturday, an exhibit of her life will open at the Chicago Public Library's Vivian G. Harsh...
Dr. Ben Carson says he didn't anticipate the reaction to what he considered his common-sense remarks as keynote speaker this month at the National Prayer Breakfast. But after video went viral of the trailblazing black neurosurgeon taking jabs at...
Two Asian restaurants with impressive credentials opened exactly one day apart: Embeya, a West Loop Vietnamese restaurant made its debut Sept. 11; and Jellyfish, a Gold Coast pan-Asian opened on the 12th. They're ideal for their neighborhoods; Embeya...
Tags: Coconut, Artists, Fine Artists, Gold Coast, Salads
Co-borrowers may want to rethink whose name goes first on a mortgage application. Early findings from a study under way at the Woodstock Institute found that in the six-county Chicago area, joint applications for home purchases and refinancings were much...
Less loud and fun Matt Murschel Orlando Sentinel Military flyovers are just as much a part of major sporting events in America as beer and hot dogs. It's seems like a long-standing tradition and that's what makes sporting events, well, an event. It's...
Tags: Jim Nabors, NASCAR, Auto Racing, Indianapolis 500, Daytona 500
Because I am predominantly flawless, I have little need for introspection. (I'll pause a moment to give you time to agree. Feel free to applaud.) Of course there's always a slight possibility I have room for improvement, particularly if "crippling...
Tags: Science and Technology, Rex Huppke
Dan, do you see Marc Trestman replacing Johnny Knox with another speedy receiver in the draft? I really believe that he was a major missing piece of their offense since his catastrophic injury. I just don't think Trestman will find another one in free...
Better with his guidance Dan Pompei Chicago Tribune The Colts will get an emotional boost from Chuck Pagano's return that will make them a better team, but they also will get a coaching boost. Pagano, don't forget, was hired because of his leadership...
Tags: Leukemia, Football, Miami Dolphins, Los Angeles Times, Sports
The Bears have met with major Chicago businesses over the last month to sell naming rights to added space at their Lake Forest headquarters. The team is soliciting a 10-year title sponsorship that is estimated to bring in anywhere from several hundreds...
There is an undercurrent of ambition to the firing of Lovie Smith. Winning isn't enough anymore in Chicago. Winning 10 games isn't enough, anyway. A new standard has been set. It may have taken nine years to figure it out, but Lovie Smith was deemed...
When I first received a copy of "The Manager's Phrase Book," I laughed. I laughed long and hard. The book is a collection of more than 3,000 canned phrases a manager can use in different situations, rated on sliding scales such as "casual to formal"...
Tags: Rex Huppke, Authors
Whatever you thought of Andrew Mason's high-wire act as chief executive of Groupon, you have to concede he nailed the landing. Fired from the company he conceived and co-founded less than five years ago, Mason on Thursday tweeted a link to a goodbye memo...
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