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  • Abandoned Henryton hospital slated for demolition

    Abandoned Henryton hospital slated for demolition
    Perched on a wooded bluff in rural southeastern Carroll County, the old Henryton State Hospital bears silent witness to the ravages of decades of neglect and vandalism. First opened in 1923, the 18-building complex that once housed the sick and...
  • Say 'cheese': Florida photo and video-friendly vacation packages

    Say 'cheese': Florida photo and video-friendly vacation packages
    As the saying goes, “a picture is worth a thousand words,” and lately with the growing popularity of social media platforms like Instagram, Facebook and Twitter, maybe even another thousand more. So naturally, some hotels and resorts are...
  • Britney Spears' Ex-Manager Suing Her Parents for Defamation

    Britney Spears' Ex-Manager Suing Her Parents for Defamation
    LOS ANGELES -- Former manager Sam Lutfi claims Britney Spears' parents defamed, libeled and cheated him out of millions in a battle for control of the pop star and her career. A book written by Spears' mother painted Lutfi as a "predator" and a...
  • Artcetera

     Artcetera
    Art Walk Join member galleries from 6 to 9 p.m. the first Thursday of each month for a festive cultural evening. The next Art Walk is Thursday. Asterisk [*] denotes the participating galleries. Dedicated shuttle service starts at 6:15 p.m. from the...
  • PASSINGS: Wilhelm Brasse

    Wilhelm Brasse, 95, a former Auschwitz prisoner who survived the camp after the Nazis discovered he was a professional photographer and put him to work taking pictures of other prisoners, has died. A spokesman at the Auschwitz-Birkenau state museum,...
  • A Simple Request To Preserve A Place Of Natural Beauty

    There are complex wills and there are simple wills. There are detailed final requests and simple final requests. The request, "left to nature," is about as simple as they come. That's what's happening at the 103-acre Allanach-Wolf Woodlands in...
  • Family's racial history comes into focus

    Family's racial history comes into focus
    On a warm late September evening in one of the nicer high-rises on Chicago's Marine Drive, Brenda Fredericks peered over her glasses and surveyed a large group of relatives from her husband's family, many of whom she had never met before. Some were...
  • Making pictures with a POTUS schedule in flux

    Making pictures with a POTUS schedule in flux
    As the northeastern U.S. was holding their breath waiting for the arrival of Hurricane Sandy, the impact of the late-season storm was also felt in Florida earlier this week with President Barack Obama canceling his participation in a rally with former...
  • Photographer returns money, wedding photos after Fox59 investigation

    Photographer returns money, wedding photos after Fox59 investigation
    Fox59 is taking action and getting results. In August, Fox59 told you about a photographer who was hired to take wedding photos, but customers complained she did not follow through and called Fox59 for help.  Fox59 confronted the photographer, Heather...
  • How we're covering Sandy online in words and images

    How we're covering Sandy online in words and images
    It's no surprise that as Sandy reached the East Coast, interest grew among Chicago Tribune readers. Here's what getting that information to you has involved: Chicagotribune.com producers Laura Moran and Kurt Gessler worked late Monday and started...
  • Telling a "classic American story" of race, Chicago, and beauty

    Telling a "classic American story" of race, Chicago, and beauty
    The story of neglected Chicago photographer King Daniel Ganaway was pointed to me by Robin Daughtridge, the associate managing editor of photography and video here at the Tribune. Robin and I share of love of early 20th Century African-American culture...