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A new report from Nielsen examines a fast-evolving segment of the media landscape: viewing on smartphones and tablets. Consumers are taking advantage of their portable devices to watch videos, access news and information, check sports, engage in...
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The Rev. Andrew M. Greeley, the irrepressible Roman Catholic priest whose broad talents drove him to prominence as a sociologist, novelist, newspaper columnist and voluble church critic, has died. He was 85. The controversial cleric died in his sleep...
June and July will bring a host of Trib Nation events of note to Chicago Tribune readers who are book lovers or nature lovers, whether they’re interested in the state of Chicago’s schools, or the state of social media for their personal and...
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Imagine, for a moment, what might happen if science succeeds in eradicating disease and people live far longer than they do today. Do we toast to the extra years spent embracing loved ones and traveling the planet (maybe other planets?) and learning new...
Hero Complex - movies, comics, pop culture - Los Angeles TimesWhich Justice League enemy is big enough and bad enough to seize and rename DC Comics’ flagship series? Darkseid is. […]...
Stairmaster for 10 minutes, treadmill for 30 minutes, three sets of 10 repetitions including barbells, dumbbells, weight machines, and then repeat them all. Although I’m no stranger to the gym, it’s challenging to stay fit and to keep...
RedEyeSomewhere in the Chicago Police Department, someone spends more time on YouTube and Twitter than you do. Social networks and content-sharing sites have made it easier than ever for would-be criminals to sell stolen goods online, harass people, or...
A best-selling novelist, renowned sociologist and outspoken commentator on all things Roman Catholic, the Rev. Andrew Greeley lived many lives. But above all, the Irish Catholic with a mischievous twinkle always remained a Chicago parish priest. "He...
ReutersFacebook has announced plans to cut some types of advertisements and streamline marketing tools to simplify its system and avoid confusion. The world's No. 1 social network, which is seeking to revive revenue growth, will still display ads inside users'...
A Civil War exhibit opens Friday at the History Museum of Western Virginia. An American Turning Point: The Civil War in Virginia was organized by the Virginia Historical Society. The display includes art work, civil war artifacts and interactive...
PETOSKEY -- If you lack time to walk your dog, or the pooch's extra energy is leading to misbehavior when you're at work, Wait.Sit.Stay may be able to help. Wait.Sit.Stay, a new dog-walking service, focuses on providing exercise, loving attention, and...
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