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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....
One hundred years ago, the American Cancer Society started the fight of a lifetime. Fifteen physicians and businessmen in New York City who were determined to raise awareness about cancer formed the American Society for Control of Cancer, later renamed...
Sometime in the next few weeks, if you're walking down Fullerton Avenue around DePaul University and have 15 minutes to spare, duck into the tidy brick building alongside the CTA station. Here you will find the DePaul Art Museum, an institution so...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThey have won one state championship and are favored to win another, but these girls say they still have something to prove. That chip on their shoulder has helped drive the Danville Christian Academy softball team to the best season in school history,...
Not every petting zoo contains cuddly, pint-size quadrupeds. For that matter, not every petting zoo features actual living creatures. Sydney-based visual-spectacle performance troupe Erth Visual and Physical Inc. brings its collection of prehistoric...
Don Welsh, Chicago's top convention and tourism salesman, early this month embarked on one of the most high-wire sales trips of his tenure here — flying to rival Las Vegas in an attempt to win back the National Hardware Show, once a cornerstone...
The wide windows in the landmark Monroe Building offer a sweeping view of Michigan Avenue and Millennium Park. On a crystal-blue spring day, it's easy to temporarily forget the long, bloody history of warfare. But keeping the stories of "citizen soldiers"...
Dale Edson Harstine, 88, passed away Thurs., May 23, 2013, at Thomson Hood Veterans Center in Wilmore. Born Oct. 17, 1924, in New Philadelphia, Ohio, he was a son of the late Elmer and Pearl Rinehart Harstine. Mr. Harstine was a veteran of the U.S....
Remember when there were free movies shown in Grant Park each summer? Remember how bummed you were when that series went away? Well, good news: The offices of the mayor and cultural affairs announced today that a new, free film series will begin June 18...
Big picture, not much went right for the “Today Show's” planned broadcast from Chicago this week. First, terrible, significant news happened in Oklahoma, meaning stars Matt Lauer and Savannah Guthrie would never make it to the live location...
Summer has a vibe of its own. A distinct rhythm. A certain energy. And we know a place where summer rocks like nowhere else. What gets you moving? What animates your spirit? From Memorial Day through Labor Day, you’re guaranteed to find it in St....
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