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Columnist Dawn Turner Trice recently wrote about the documentary "Miss Representation," which focused on female body image and media gender bias over the decades. "The film, 'Miss Representation,' really resonated with me," Dawn wrote to me in an email...
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Tribune columnistSince 1945, when William and Luvilla Armstrong opened Army & Lou’s on East 75th Street, the home-style eatery has catered to luminaries and regular folk alike in a way that made it more than just a soul food restaurant. It became known around the...
This week the Chicago Tribune published several news stories and related columns about assaults by groups of youths in the Streeterville area of downtown Chicago. More coverage appears Sunday. A number of readers have asked why we have not included...
Chicago gave the nation its first African-American president, but the only wide-open mayoral election in recent memory may prove the acid test for how far the city has come in transcending its bitter legacy of racial politics. A political land rush began...
Chicago Tribune Staff WriterWhile pursuing a bachelor's degree in psychology at Bradley University, Jason Langman studied mental illness in a theoretical, almost antiseptic way. After graduating, he found jobs working as a social worker, counseling people who were so anxious and...
Standing on the steps of Constitution Hall, holding a sign reading, "MLK is smiling today" was Medina Thiam, 30, who came all the way from Guinea for the historic event. She is not an American but was holding an American flag. "It's for the world,"...
Tribune staff reportersWhen Hillary Clinton opened her Washington townhouse for a political fundraiser last fall, the highlight for a select few came after the movers and shakers wrote their checks and left. Despite her fame and power, Clinton keeps in regular touch with the...
Tribune reportersOn the day after Barack Obama was elected president, James Thindwa made an effort to approach life with a new outlook. He stood a bit taller and looked at children who are black like him through a lens of hopefulness and not of despair. "People on the...
"He even looks dashing in a Santa suit." -- Elizabeth Edwards, introducing John Edwards "USA! USA! USA! USA! USA!" -- chanted by the delegates after a corps of retired generals and admirals took the stage to endorse John Kerry -- Los Angeles Times staff...
In a Virginia garden, a family will hold a memorial service for a woman missing in the rubble at the Pentagon. Her body has not been found, but the family desperately wants to find some way to honor her now. So Monday, they will celebrate a life in a...
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