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  • Common Core brings change, worry to classrooms

    Common Core brings change, worry to classrooms
    At the start of the school year, the fourth-grade teachers at Millennia Elementary School mostly banished multiple-choice questions from their math and reading tests. Instead, they asked students to solve math problems, showing their work. And they made...
  • Estrenos de Cine: 'Mr. Kaplan' y 'Winter Sleep'

    Estrenos de Cine: 'Mr. Kaplan' y 'Winter Sleep'
    Mr. Kaplan * * * Antes de que los miembros de La Academia de Hollywood den a conocer las nominaciones al Oscar, los espectadores del sur de la Florida tienen la oportunidad de ver algunas de las producciones que compiten como Mejor Filme Extranjero. Una...
  • Remembering Molly Glynn, 46, a talented actress with many roles

     Remembering Molly Glynn, 46, a talented actress with many roles
    To be an actress with red hair — and Molly Glynn was so gifted — is to constantly find your name attached to adjectives like "fiery" or "feisty" after even the most minor display of independence or spunk. Glynn, who was fond of red sweaters,...
  • 818 Roundup: Lincoln Park events; Taser lawsuit settled; Reflecting on teen deaths

    818 Roundup: Lincoln Park events; Taser lawsuit settled; Reflecting on teen deaths
    Today is Monday, Sept. 21, 2014. Temperatures for today are expected to reach a high of 86 degrees and a low of 64. Headlines from the area: - Dozens converged on Lincoln Park in Burbank Saturday for an afternoon of bending acrobatics and the words...
  • 'Midsummer' and acrobatics on tap at Lincoln Park

    'Midsummer' and acrobatics on tap at Lincoln Park
    Dozens converged on Lincoln Park in Burbank Saturday for an afternoon of bending acrobatics and the words of William Shakespeare. Many crowded on blankets or sat comfortably in chairs for a live performance of "A Midsummer Night's Dream," preceded by...
  • Molly Antopol on the gift of Grace Paley

    Molly Antopol on the gift of Grace Paley
    Each day from now through Hanukkah and on to Christmas, we'll post an author's reflection on giving books as holiday gifts. Follow us on Twitter @ChiTribBooks to be alerted to new posts and tell us about your book-related holiday memories by using...
  • Phil Klay on the gift of a good book in wartime

    Phil Klay on the gift of a good book in wartime
    Each day from now through Hanukkah and on to Christmas, we'll post an author's reflection on giving books as holiday gifts. Follow us on Twitter @ChiTribBooks to be alerted to new posts and tell us about your book-related holiday memories by using...
  • Three-Film Shakespeare Series At New Haven Library

    Three-Film Shakespeare Series At New Haven Library
    New Haven Free Public Library is celebrating the 450th anniversary of the birth of William Shakespeare (he was born April 26, 1564) with a three-film series of Shakespeare adaptations. "Othello," the 1995 version starring Laurence Fishburne as Othello...
  • Shakespeare at Notre Dame announces 2015 season

    Shakespeare at Notre Dame announces 2015 season
    Shakespeare at Notre Dame in Indiana has announced its 2015 season. This season, the company’s 16th year, will be its first subscription series. It begins on Feb. 11 with “Macbeth,” performed by Actors From The London Stage. The...
  • Cristina Henriquez on 'One Hundred Years of Solitude' and the gift of heritage

    Cristina Henriquez on 'One Hundred Years of Solitude' and the gift of heritage
    Each day from now through Hanukkah and on to Christmas, we'll post an author's reflection on giving books as holiday gifts. Follow us on Twitter @ChiTribBooks to be alerted to new posts and tell us about your book-related holiday memories by using...
  • Reader of the Week: Clark Hulse

    Reader of the Week: Clark Hulse
    Who I am Clark Hulse, Chicago Humanities Festival board chair, from downtown Chicago. One unique thing about me I laughed all the way through "Moby-Dick." It's hilarious. I loved I've been reading novels by great novelists from places I knew...