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  • Chicagoland literary events: July 23 - 29

    Saturday Poets Dave Landsberger and Kathleen Rooney will write impromptu poems on any topic 2-5 p.m. and 6-9 p.m. in the Chamber of Commerce booth at Wicker Park Fest, Milwaukee and North avenues; $5 suggested donation will benefit 826CHI. Sunday...
  • Chicagoland literary events: Aug. 27 - Sept. 2

    Saturday Jeanne M. Dams will discuss her newest Hilda Johansson mystery "Murder in Burnt Orange" from 2-4 p.m. at the Centuries & Sleuths Bookstore, 7419 W. Madison St.; free. Sophie Robinson will be the featured reader during the "Myopic Poetry Series"...
  • Different Views Barrington Book Club

    Different Views Barrington Book Club
    Our club has been meeting for about 10 years. We started out with six neighbors and have expanded to 11 current members. Our membership includes a lawyer, nurse, teacher, administrative assistant, freelance writer and small-business owner. Our...
  • Ridgewood Book Club

    Ridgewood Book Club
    The Ridgewood Book Club has been meeting since 1968. The club is named for the subdivision in Western Springs where most of us still live. Our book club reads a variety of fiction and nonfiction. One of our members asks annually to have "Great...
  • Chicagoland literary events: Oct. 15 - 22

    Saturday Anderson's Bookshop's mother-daughter book club will discuss "Number the Stars" by Lois Lowry at 2 p.m. at Anderson's Bookshop in Downers Grove, 5112 Main St., Downers Grove; free. 630-963-2665, andersonsbookshop.com. Franki Elliot will host...
  • Chicago Literary Hall of Fame holds benefit

    Chicago Literary Hall of Fame holds benefit
    TV reporter Janet Davies, wearing a beige jacket and leopard boots, stood behind a wooden podium in a darkened room overlooking Millennium Park on October 12. "Remember, like Chicago voting, bid and bid often," she said, encouraging an audience of...
  • 2011 Holiday Guide: Dozens more shows for the season

    2011 Holiday Guide: Dozens more shows for the season
    If real-life holiday drama has you down — or you simply want to take a break from the fun-but-hectic festivities and relax — we’ve got a list that you can check twice, filled with shows both naughty and nice. Traditional to irreverent,...
  • Elie Wiesel a beacon for human rights

    Elie Wiesel a beacon for human rights
    For more than 50 years, Elie Wiesel has provided a moral compass for the world, writing and advocating on human rights issues in the wake of his tragic experiences as a survivor of the Holocaust. His book "Night," recalling the terrors of the Auschwitz...
  • Mayor: 'This is avoidable because this is a strike of choice'

    Mayor: 'This is avoidable because this is a strike of choice'
    Mayor Rahm Emanuel says the teachers strike is "not necessary" because the two sides were close. "I believe this is avoidable because this is a strike of choice," Emanuel said at a hastily called news conference at the Harold Washington Library Sunday...
  • Cancellations, additions and changes

    David Prete, Rebecca Skloot and Amy Eshleman will now appear at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday in the Harold Washington Library Center/Multipurpose Room. They were originally scheduled to appear at 11:15 a.m. on Saturday in the Wyndham Blake/Burnham Room. Her...
  • 'Book Thief' is stealing center stage

    'Book Thief' is stealing  center stage
    Like the 22 books that preceded it, Markus Zusak's “The Book Thief” was chosen for the Chicago Public Library's One Book, One Chicago fall selection based on its literary merit and universal themes that would appeal to the widest range of...