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Postcards from FloridaOn April 10, Tampa's Museum of Science and Industry is opening the final phase of its exhibit, The Amazing You. In the existing first phase, The Amazing You guests journey through the first three phases of life, from birth to adolescence. The second...
Special to the TribuneScott Sevon collected a college degree 32 years ago, but he says he's been in school ever since. When he's not building new houses or remodeling old ones, he's adding to the string of acronyms behind his name that indicate he is, among other things, a...
Tribune staff reportersThe featured speaker at a luncheon, Michelle Obama is about to ask a crowd of influential Chicago women to commit their hearts and wallets to her husband's presidential campaign. But first she's going to make sure they know that U.S. Sen. Barack Obama...
Tribune reporterThese days, it seems the South Side neighborhood of Hyde Park has been put on the map as the stomping grounds of President-elect Barack Obama. There are walking tours that show off his favorite restaurants and coffee shops, magazine and newspaper...
Chicago Tribune reporterTropical birds chirping. Children playing baseball and soccer in Kenwood Community Park. Students rushing off to Kenwood Academy High School. Such are the sights and sounds on a recent stroll through the Kenwood neighborhood on Chicago's South Side....
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterManchester, England If you live in Los Angeles long enough, you forget how intoxicating height can be. Here I was, 23 stories up in the coolest new hotel in northwestern England, looking across several counties and several centuries. The bar at the...
Tags: Entertainment, Blur (music group), Morrissey, Arts, England
Tribune staff reporterA director of the Museum of Science and Industry once told the nation's industrial leaders that he hoped the museum "would never be finished." And, indeed, since its official opening on this day, this homage to the Industrial Revolution, by necessity, has...
Tags: Boeing Co., Science, Libraries, Science and Technology, Brain
Tribune staff reporterMetal doors are easy to miss when they're sandwiched between a stagecoach and a submarine. But through this doorway at the Museum of Science and Industry -- past "Emergency Exit" and "Authorized Personnel Only" signs -- a museum within this museum...
Tags: Charity, Science, San Francisco, Thomas Edison, Indiana
Wish you could get a little more gardening know-how under your belt, but feel reluctant to part with your hard-earned cash to do so? Save your budget for spring planting. We went looking around the Chicago area and found that there's a lot of garden...
Those stately bur oaks have seen a lot of bright ideas. In 1893, they shared the glow when brand-new electric lights illuminated the White City. Now they overlook green roofs, LED lamps, rain barrels and a bioswale. Beneath their boughs spreads the...
May 21, 2009 I LOVE ... ... the colorful spring flowers planted at City Hall and the Daley Center. It gives me a "lift." -- Barbara Rieffel, Chicago . . . Phil, the Navy Pier trolley driver, who befriends every passenger and is such a wonderful...
Los Angeles Attractions Museon Publishing, $24.95 It is one of the most famous cities in the world and also one of the most maligned. Los Angeles has been criticized as superficial, as one big parking lot, as not even being a real city. Author...
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