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The South Dakota All-State Band concert will be in Rapid City on Saturday. The concert begins at 7:30 p.m. at the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center, with two all-state bands performing. The Lewis Band will be director by Erica Neidlinger of DePaul...
Tags: Schools, High Schools, Education, Groton
Lent's mortifications are getting a little, um, much right about now, aren't they? We're in 33 days, by the Western church's count, and those meatless Fridays, those extra prayers, and that seemingly fabulous idea at the time (one too many hurricanes on...
An honor like the Nelson Algren Short Story Award can be a boon to a writer. It can give him or her the confidence to slog through rejections and trudge forward with literary endeavors. When we asked former Nelson Algren Award recipients what winning...
The students filtered in. They smelled of cigarettes and cold. They dropped their backpacks and peeled off their Gore-Tex. Then Lisa Buscani, one of the five instructors who teaches Ethics in Computer Games and Cinema at DePaul University, after...
Tags: Joe Biden, Theft, White House, Gaming Industry, Criminals
Most people don't start their day combing the newspaper for headlines about white-collar felons. But for Kelly Richmond Pope, it's just part of the job as a forensic accountant, and one she shares with students at DePaul University, where she is an...
Tags: Upper West Side, Research, Theft, Finance, Teachers
Among the joys of the holiday season in these parts are performances by the Chicago Children's Choir. Founded in 1956 with the goal of bringing together children of different races and cultures, the choir has become a local institution. It works with...
What a year this has been for Chicago bassist-composer Matt Ulery. His breakthrough album, "By a Little Light" (Greenleaf Music), has been turning up on best-of-year lists, including NPR's and the Chicago Tribune's. He has taken this hauntingly...
Tags: Music, Chicago Tribune, NPR, Irving Park, Education
Attention, vampires. Later this week, while you're watching the final installment in the "Twilight" series, if the quality of the new film is consistent with the earlier films, well, you will probably find yourself wondering if it's just you or do all...
Special to the TribuneLaura Pincus Hartman stood before a congregation in a church just south of 75th Street, gazing at anticipatory faces. The pastor had just finished preaching an hour-long sermon from the Gospel of Mark about Jesus healing a woman. Hartman was about...
Special to the TribuneA dozen managers sat around a rectangular table at the Wit hotel in the Loop, their attention fixed on a man in an Armani suit standing in the front of the room. They waited quietly, the CTA Red Line train periodically rumbling by, until the tall,...
Attorney Mark Pearlstein was an expert on community association law, a primary author of recently enacted Illinois legislation to regulate and license community association property managers and for 24 years wrote the Sunday "Condo Adviser" column for the...
Ameet Mehta hooked his audience at the Chase Auditorium on Wednesday with this opening line: "We're two males in our early 20s starting a feminine hygiene business." With that, Mehta launched his "Shark Tank"-esque pitch to potential investors at Impact...
Tags: India, Menstruation, Auction Service, Arts and Culture
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