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Over at the coffee bar, the goodbyes were flowing as freely as the hot drinks. Good luck! We'll miss you. Take care. The morning rush at my regular Starbucks was bittersweet, no matter how much sugar you added to your latte. We regulars were...
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Eboo Patel is an idealist. A hopeless romantic. A dreamer. The Chicago-based founder of the Interfaith Youth Core and one of President Barack Obama's faith advisers doesn't believe people of different faiths should just all get along. They should work...
TribU: Current Events Join us for a current-events class turned inside-out – an ongoing weekly discussion led by an editor and covering the news of the moment across a variety of print, broadcast, digital and social media sources (not just the...
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Violence, illiteracy, poverty and hunger. With so many tragedies in this world — or just this city — why do we haggle about religious differences? It's a thread I often explore as the Tribune's religion reporter. Eboo Patel, founder of the...
In its never-ending effort to avoid misleading language in news coverage, The Associated Press Stylebook has decided to declare Islamophobia, homophobia and presumably other non-clinical uses of the word "phobia" to be a new taboo. What's the problem?...
Long after it debuted in the Chicago Tribune's former At Play section, and more than a year after moving to Page 2 of the Tribune in our 2011 redesign, we've decided to end the Love-Hate feature in favor of something newer: Answering reader questions....
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Special to Tribune NewspapersIt's been two decades since the maverick Los Angeles homicide detective Hieronymus "Harry" Bosch made his debut in Michael Connelly's first novel, "The Black Echo." In 18 novels over that span, the hard-charging, short-tempered, fiercely independent Bosch...
Adam Richman was the same charismatic guy’s guy Thursday in the Tribune Tower cafeteria that he was as host of Travel Channel’s “Man v. Food” — you just wouldn’t have known it at first. The burly Brooklyn native...
My mother recently announced a desire to join Facebook. While at first the thought of my 65-year-old mom "poking" people or "liking" things scared me, I soon realized this could be a good thing. And according to a Pew Internet Project Tracking Survey...
Can a four-star meal begin with fried smelts and end with a Butterfinger bar? My last dinner at Sixteen says yes. These are uncertain times for four-star dining in Chicago. Since last September, four previous top-rated restaurants have closed up shop...
"Hello, Chicago," said the city's newly elected hometown president, speaking to ecstatic Grant Park celebrants four years ago this week amid a backdrop of iconic Midwestern skyscrapers, shimmering in red, white and blue. After Barack Obama's victory rally...
Memoir, it is said, is the art of subjective truth. Books like Tobias Wolff’s “This Boy’s Life” and Mary Karr’s “The Liar’s Club” set the bar high, and sadly the memoir explosion that followed those titles...
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