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Countless words led to Stephen Sondheim receiving the Chicago Tribune Literary Prize for lifetime achievement Sunday, but some of the most difficult for him to write were also the simplest. Looking relaxed on the Symphony Center stage in his olive-...
"Gypsies, pickpockets and even a man walking around with a chicken on his head. This was an edgy neighborhood back then. It was not for everybody," said Bill Lavicka, rehabber and preservationist. He was reminiscing about the old days on Maxwell Street,...
email@example.comSTANFORD — Nearly five weeks after Kathy Miracle was found shot to death inside her Stanford home, police are still waiting on test results before determining if she committed suicide or was murdered. Stanford Detective Barry Allen said...
Tags: Condos and Houses, Crimes, Suicide, Assault, Rentals
Tribune NewspapersJennifer Olvera serves up the skinny on all things edible, sippable and growable in her new book, “Food Lovers’ Guide to Chicago” (Globe Pequot, $15.95). The book contains pithy restaurant reviews, a food festival calendar, tippling...
LakeviewFrom the Chicago News Cooperative, a cool feature on a Lakeview retirement home resident who's still not retired from taking pics of the people who make up Chicago....
WrigleyvilleFollowing the Bulls' providing additional evidence that they fully lack the ability to close a game (I'm talking to you and your back-to-back missed shot attempts in the 4th, Mr. MVP D. Rose), I took a stroll through my beloved Wrigleyville. The best...
firstname.lastname@example.orgSTANFORD — Authorities investigating the weekend death of a Stanford woman are waiting on test results to determine if she was murdered or committed suicide. Lincoln County Coroner Farris Marcum said Tuesday that preliminary autopsy results showed...
Tags: Crimes, Suicide, Assault, Murder, Crime, Law and Justice
Clout StPosted by John Byrne at 5:52 p.m. Mayor Richard Daley is upping the ante as he bets against his Philadelphia counterpart on the outcome of the Stanley Cup finals.Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter, however, is not. Win or lose, Nutter has......
Address: 1000 S. Powerline Road (in the Cypress Bend Plaza) Phone: 954-978-2251 Food: New-York deli and Chicago specialties Hours: 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday-Friday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday Dining facilities: Order at the counter then eat at...
Special to the TribuneChicago developer Bob Angevin combined retail with rental property when he took over The Landmark building in Andersonville. He did the same at The Abbey condominiums in Hyde Park. So he was ready to venture into the Near West Side when the opportunity...
Windy City By Scott Simon Random House, 419 pages, $25 The brief period in 1987 immediately following the death of Mayor Harold Washington, when Ald. David Orr temporarily replaced Washington, and Establishment candidate Eugene Sawyer and liberal...
Tags: Death, Crimes, Elections, Criminals, Harold Washington
Tribune music criticBo Diddley, who died Monday at age 79 in Florida, was as essential to the creation of rock 'n' roll as Chuck Berry, Elvis Presley and Little Richard, though he seldom got the credit or the accolades that were showered on his better-known peers. The...
Tags: Death, Jimi Hendrix, Buddy Guy, Bruce Springsteen, Game Playing
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