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  • Bowersock Gallery exhibit features eye-opening pieces made from discarded material

    Bowersock Gallery exhibit features eye-opening pieces made from discarded material
    MOUNT DORA — Works by Helene Bess bear witness to a world that exists only in her mind — a place where nothing goes to waste, where everything is unembellished. Even the embellishments have been embellished. "Tramp, Gaudi and Helene Bess"...
  • JCC brings young Holocaust victims' words to life

    Those used to seeing playful and infectious musicals staged at the Mayer Kaplan Jewish Community Center in Skokie are in for a powerful surprise this time around. Director Robert Bouwman and his 11-member cast — seven teenagers, four adults...
  • Male protagonist adds spice to Lisa Unger novel

    Male protagonist adds spice to Lisa Unger novel
    Award-winning bestselling writer Lisa Unger leaves it up to readers to categorize her recent novels – supernatural suspense or psychological thriller? Her latest, "Crazy Love You," released Tuesday, includes a lot of either-ors — strength or...
  • Laurie Becklund dies at 66; former L.A. Times reporter, author

    Laurie Becklund dies at 66; former L.A. Times reporter, author
    "They call it Door of the Devil," wrote Times journalist Laurie Becklund in 1983, "a craggy spot not far from downtown San Salvador where the earth ends, plunging into a sheer, mist-filled ravine." Becklund had been reporting from El Salvador for nearly...
  • Oprah's new book club pick: 'Ruby' by Cynthia Bond

    Oprah's new book club pick: 'Ruby' by Cynthia Bond
    It's been more than a year since Oprah asked her fans to join her in reading a book. On Tuesday she got back into the swing of Book Club 2.0 with a new selection: "Ruby" by Cynthia Bond. "I have never read a book like this before," Oprah says in her...
  • 'Darrell Hammond' traces SNL star's painful path to laughter

    Darrell Hammond is dressed sharply in all black for "The Darrell Hammond Project," the world-premiere stage adaptation of his recovery memoir, "God, If You're Not Up There …" It's not exactly slimming on him, but at least it looks like he made an...
  • 'The Order 1886' Review: Uncharted territory

    GamerHub.tv The story of King Arthur and his knights is a familiar story in popular culture, although its legitimacy is often debated. But what if King Arthur and his knights were real and their influence carried on throughout the ages? "The Order: 1886"...
  • Story correctly points out Limbaugh's 'fiction'

    Story correctly points out Limbaugh's 'fiction'
    Kudos to Tribune reporters Michael Muskal and Samantha Masunaga for Tuesday's report that exposes the lies and hate speech of Rush Limbaugh concerning measles. By detailing the high measles vaccination rates of four Latin American countries and...
  • Iraq book market comes back to life seven years after bombing

    Iraq book market comes back to life seven years after bombing
    The crowds were so large that we had to approach Mutanabbi Street from the river, coasting across the Tigris in a small wooden motorboat under gray skies. Disembarking on the docks below a statue of the 10th century Iraqi poet Abu Tayeb Mutanabbi, we...
  • 'Alice' at 50: Q-and-A with Arlo Guthrie

    'Alice' at 50: Q-and-A with Arlo Guthrie
     On Thanksgiving Day 1965, Arlo Guthrie - then just 18 years old - attempted to dispose of some garbage from the home of his friend Alice. He found, to his surprise, that the town dump was closed for the holiday, so he disposed of it in a neighboring...
  • New Harper Lee book creating buzz in Naperville

    New Harper Lee book creating buzz in Naperville
    Word of Harper Lee's first novel in more than 50 years is buzzing through the Naperville literary community. Just hours after the announcement that "Go Set A Watchman," a sequel to the Pulitzer Prize winning "To Kill a Mockingbird" would be published, a...