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Special to Tribune NewspapersThe oversized invitation for the opening of Ian Schrager's newest hotel, Public Chicago, stated "no jacket required and dress knockout." And even though the party was intended to be a celebration of the hotel, formerly the Ambassador East, it also...
The Hartford CourantWhen Sheila Jordan answered the telephone call from the National Endowment for the Arts informing her that she had just been named a 2012 NEA Jazz Master — one of the most prestigious of all jazz awards — she first thought that the stranger'...
Tags: Substance Abuse, Music, Greenwich Village, Social Issues, Family
Citing alack of living witnesses and suspects, the Jackson County Prosecutor's office finally cleared the Civil Rights-era Leon Jordan murder case. Police re-opened it last year at the urging of Alvin Sykes who pushes authorities to re-open old civil...
Tags: Jackson County, Prosecution, African Americans, Missouri, Crimes
While the end of the school year typically brings excitement for the start of summer, sometime students can feel unsure about leaving behind the security and familiarity of their school day. Often they will express feelings of sadness about missing the...
Suffering from sugarplum overload? Too much holiday treacle? Leslie Jordan's down-and-dirty "Deck Them Halls, Y'all" is an antidote to the cloying sentimentality of the season. The diminutive actor is best-known for two off-center television roles:...
Tags: Travel, Parliament, Concerts, Music, Karen Walker
Well, I see that the Egyptian Tea Party is having some degree of success in the Middle East, and foreign policy experts are predicting that its tactics might spread through the entire Levant. As a big fan of massive, angry mobs wherever they might arise,...
President Hosni Mubarak announced Tuesday he will not run for a new term in September elections but rejected protesters' demands he step down immediately and leave the country, vowing to die on Egypt's soil, after a dramatic day in which a quarter-million...
The binders that held their proposed budgets were three inches thick, but East Jordan City Commissioners carefully examined individual items, looking for places to cut. By 9 p.m. Tuesday, they had made it about half-way through. Commissioners questioned...
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