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  • Stop laboring on Labor Day [Commentary]

    Stop laboring on Labor Day [Commentary]
    Ask some neighbors or colleagues about their Labor Day weekend tomorrow, and prepare to hear how busy it was. Several malls featured back to school sales, kids had a baseball tournament, lots of e-mails to catch up with at work, and the house needed...
  • Quest for the best

    Quest for the best
    Travelers who are passionate about food are likely to spend as much time planning restaurant itineraries as they are booking hotel rooms. In fact, people are arranging entire vacations around food experiences, ranging from visiting producers and food...
  • Silicon Valley builds up in Microsoft's backyard

    Silicon Valley builds up in Microsoft's backyard
    In the last week of August, Twitter entertained dozens of potential young recruits at a chic studio, while Facebook served drinks and snacks to job-seekers at its own office. More than 175 showed up to a similar event at Google in June. San Francisco?...
  • Charity likely to fold in billionaire Griffin's divorce

    Charity likely to fold in billionaire Griffin's divorce
    As one of the world's richest men, Chicago hedge fund manager Kenneth Griffin has contributed hundreds of millions of dollars to causes around the globe since 1999, including tens of millions to Chicago institutions. But one of the vehicles for his...
  • Chicago guitarist to tee it up in U.S. Mid-Amateur

     Chicago guitarist to tee it up in U.S. Mid-Amateur
    Cully Johnston's LinkedIn profile reflects his diverse skill set. Top two areas of expertise: golf and guitar. Asked if he's better at putting or strumming, Johnston said it's no contest. "I've been playing golf since I was 1," he said. "I didn't know...
  • Our parents are ruining the Internet

    Our parents are ruining the Internet
    I was visiting my dad and his wife this summer, and it led me to a rather stunning revelation with major implications for the future of communications technology: The Internet is going to fail. Sell all your Google stock, divest from Twitter, run...
  • Gun Sculpture's Goodwill Message To Be Unveiled At Bushnell Park

    Gun Sculpture's Goodwill Message To Be Unveiled At Bushnell Park
    A new sculpture will be unveiled in Bushnell Park in Hartford on Wednesday, Sept. 3. The design of the sculpture, made of 2,000 pounds of steel and wood, is two hands shaking. It's a message of goodwill and peaceful cooperation, a harmonious message,...
  • Hartford Charter School CEO Acknowledges Inaccurate Academic Credential

    Hartford Charter School CEO Acknowledges Inaccurate Academic Credential
    HARTFORD — In a New Year's message last December, the CEO of the Jumoke Academy charter school shared his enthusiastic vision for 2014, signing the letter, "Yours Truly, Dr. Michael Sharpe." Some version of that prestigious academic credential has...
  • The day ahead in business

    The day ahead in business
    Reports: Chicago ISM for July, July agriculture prices, Bloomberg Consumer Comfort Index, weekly jobless claims, Challenger mass layoffs for July Local earnings: Addus HomeCare Corp., CDW Corp., CME Group Inc., Consolidated Communications Holdings Inc.,...
  • Three more men accuse ex-congressional aide of sexual advances, court documents show

    Two young men told police Timothy Smith, the top aide of longtime U.S. Rep. Tim Holden, brought them to the basement of his Muhlenberg Township home, gave them alcohol and made unwanted sexual advances. More than 20 years before that episode, Smith...
  • Alderman's sister named CPS principal despite failing eligibility test

    Alderman's sister named CPS principal despite failing eligibility test
    A powerful Chicago alderman's sister who failed Chicago Public Schools' selection test for principals twice will become the new principal at Gray Elementary thanks to changes in the district's hiring policy made in July. Catherine Sugrue has been an...