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Chicago TribuneAs the Supreme Court begins hearings into gay marriage, supporters are sending a message to Washington, D.C., by making a change to their Facebook profiles. A red and pink version of the Human Rights Campaign's blue and gold equality symbol has been...
Tribune reportersTwo cousins were injured in Rogers Park after shots rang out from a black car which then fled, leaving the pair among four people wounded in overnight shootings. The shooting happened about 3:30 a.m. at the intersection of Jonquil Terrace and Paulina...
For RedEyeCheckmate, Chicago. Thanks in part to the daughter of Russian immigrants, bar theme nights and the rise of nerd culture, chess is shedding its image as a game for old men in the park or geeky social outcasts. "I think already with this generation, we'...
If you had to buy some bittermelon, kvass, lutefisk or achiote for dinner tonight, would you know where to go? If you can't think of which ethnic grocery stores you'd have to hit for those ingredients right off the top of your head, you're not alone....
Tribune reportersA South Side high school student planning to move to Iowa was shot and killed in the Gage Park neighborhood on Saturday evening, police and family members said. Arrell Monegan, 16, stepped out of a gangway and was shot in the back and shoulder at...
Tribune reportersFrom Catholic parishes to university common rooms to the streets outside parochial schools, Chicagoans celebrated the selection of Argentinean Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio as the new pope and pondered how his diverse background might impact their...
The last time you could see a significant production of Andrew Lloyd Webber's "Aspects of Love" in Chicago was more than 20 years ago, when a touring company played the old Civic Theatre, now used by the Lyric Opera as a rehearsal space. The No Exit...
Tribune reporterHundreds of North Side residents are asking their alderman, Joe Moore, to publicly oppose the opening of future charter schools in Chicago's 49th ward. On Sunday night, the residents gathered at the Willye White Field House to discuss several issues,...
Tribune reporterA 21-year-old woman was shot in the neck as she rode in a car early this morning on the Far North Side, one of at least five people shot Sunday morning, police said. Several people were in the car when a male shooter approached on foot and started...
For RedEye($3.50) Eva Fleming, 23, Lakeshore East: "I rarely buy PBR myself. Usually I drink it when someone in a group says they're going to order a round of beers for everyone, that's what they usually order. PBR is the universal language of bad, cheap beers."...
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Tribune reporterPifas, a "very playful and crazy" dog rescued from icy Lake Michigan, saw his owner today and "started jumping around in the cage" at the animal control facility. But even though Pifas is in good health after Friday's frigid ordeal, his owner Nerijus...
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