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Tribune architecture criticThe renovation of Crown Hall, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe's masterpiece at the Illinois Institute of Technology, will be celebrated with a splashy gala Thursday night -- and the result truly is worth celebrating, not only because it looks so good but also...
Tribune staff reportersGoogle's obsession with data has defined a company that in eight short years has become one of the most successful businesses in modern times. But take privacy into account, and Google's stated mission--as the dominant Internet search company, to make...
Tribune staff reporterA Crystal Lake woman was charged Thursday with providing alcohol to minors, including two teens who died in a crash last month after leaving her house. Jeffrey Mills, 17, had been drinking at a party hosted by Jessica Ochal, 21, at her home in the 4300...
The Swamp(Chicago Tribune photo by Milbert O. Brown.) by John McCormick Appearing in Chicago instead of Iowa this morning, Sen. Barack Obama offered his sympathies for victims of Midwest flooding and pledged to help them rebuild. "We'll work to ensure......
Tribune staff reporterCiting the flood of stories in the media about the anticipated benefits and ethical quandaries posed by stem cell research, the National Institutes of Health complained in a recent report that "the terminology used to describe stem cells in the lay...
Tribune staff reporterLife has been good to Daniel Zakos since his humble start flipping burgers out of a small Des Plaines roadside shack. Fifty years ago Friday, Zakos began the after-school job working for a middle-age, milkshake machine salesman named Ray Kroc, who...
Special to The TimesBy 8:50 a.m., they temporarily had to close the women's restroom at the Chicago ArchiCenter. "There were so many people here already, they had to restock all the toilet paper," said Elaine Rosen, a retired biology teacher from the Streeterville area of...
Tribune staff reportersAs John Willis sought to prove he had been wrongly convicted of a rape in the Chatham neighborhood, the Illinois State Police crime lab in Chicago came across a potential key to his innocence. It was a single sheet of paper containing the lab results...
Tags: Punishment, Rape, Sex Crimes, George Ryan, Illinois
Special to the TribuneCarol Ross Barney knows something about rebuilding after a tragedy. Her firm, Ross Barney + Jankowski won the competition to replace the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City after it was destroyed by a bomb in 1995 that killed 168 people....
Tribune architecture criticThe architects of the controversial Soldier Field renovation plan will discuss their proposal in a free public lecture at 6 p.m. Wednesday.. The $580 million plan, which has drawn fire for the way its new seating bowl would rise over Soldier Field's...
Tribune staff reporterA week after the U.S. Postal Service began shipping select pieces of mail to Ohio for electron beam sterilization, just two truckloads of treated envelopes have returned to Washington for further inspection, officials said. The sanitation process,...
Tags: Texas, New York, Electronics, Travel, New Jersey
Tribune art criticMichael Triegel's last show in Chicago five years ago presented nearly 80 pieces, emphasizing prints, drawings and watercolors. His present exhibition--again at the Worthington Gallery--has fewer than half that many but includes some recent paintings that...
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