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  • Peoria widower's poignant song breaks hearts, lifts spirits

     
    Friday's print column, which spun out of a Land of Linkin' item on Monday Just in time and only about 150 miles from Chicago, the nation's feel-good story of the summer has arrived. A 96-year-old, first-time songwriter from Peoria was......
  • Nyad comes ashore and bah!-portunity knocks

     
    Wednesday's print column Photos by Andrew Innerarity, Reuters See entire photo gallery here An open letter to the board of directors, Cynics United for Sanctimony and Snark: I beg your forgiveness. Monday was nuts. It was a holiday, of course.......
  • Groundswell forming to redefine 'success'

    I'd like to thank everybody who participated in HuffPost's conference last week on The Third Metric: Redefining Success Beyond Money and Power. It was our first women's conference, and it was also the first event held in my new apartment -- a...
  • Shining a light on the insanity of the drug war

    It's the biggest movie of the summer. Not the biggest budget, or the biggest box office, but the most important. I'm talking about the new documentary "How to Make Money Selling Drugs," which will be released in theaters and on-demand June 26. Written...
  • Saul Landau, Documentary Filmmaker, Dies at 77

    Saul Landau, a prolific, award-winning documentary filmmaker who traveled the world profiling political leaders like Cuba's Fidel Castro and Chile's Salvador Allende and used his camera to draw attention to war, poverty and racism, died Monday night at...
  • Paul Greengrass, DreamWorks Work to Finalize 'Chicago 7′ Budget

    DreamWorks is waiting for Paul Greengrass to submit an official budget for "The Trial of the Chicago 7," which the studio wants to make for just under $30 million. Greengrass and his producers are scrambling to trim down their initial projection of...
  • Why Syria has had limited impact on Obama's poll numbers

    President Obama has taken a pounding in the press and from other political figures over his handling of the conflict in Syria. How much political damage has that caused him? Polls offer mixed evidence – some show a steeper decline in his job...
  • Nora Ephron has the final word with 'The Most of Nora Ephron'

    Amid the tributes that poured out after Nora Ephron's 2012 death, one anecdote was repeated often. It was about Phoebe Ephron, Nora's hard-driving screenwriter mother, who became a cirrhotic alcoholic and on her deathbed instructed her eldest daughter,...
  • What the Hale?

     
    It's on! In Hidden Agenda Fuels Challenge to Pivotal Death Penalty Case, Chicago Innocence Project director David Protess reports in the HuffPo on who's funding the documentary film that's out to prove he (and others) made a mistake in the......
  • Tattoo artist Kat Von D's lipstick pulled from Sephora shelves

    Tattoo artist Kat Von D's lipstick pulled from Sephora shelves
    Sephora has pulled a un-PC shade of lipstick from its shelves -- and it wasn't the color that was controversial. The cosmetics giant this week removed "Celebutard," a pinky-beige hue from the Kat Von D lipstick line, following complaints from disability...
  • León Krauze aims for millennial set with news show 'Open Source'

     León Krauze aims for millennial set with news show 'Open Source'
    León Krauze grew up in a household of Mexico City intellectuals, where soccer, pop music, literature and politics were vigorously debated and it wasn't unusual to see a Nobel Prize winner seated at the family dinner table. As a youth he visited...