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  • James Masek, longtime newspaper editor, dies at 71

     James Masek, longtime newspaper editor, dies at 71
    James R. Masek was a longtime editor at Chicago-area newspapers, including the Chicago Tribune, where he put in more than 20 years. Mr. Masek, 71, died of complications from bile duct cancer on Friday, Jan. 23, at Northwestern Memorial Hospital,...
  • 'Culture Crash' examines the crisis in the creative industry

    'Culture Crash' examines the crisis in the creative industry
    Scott Timberg believes America's creative class is being destroyed by what he calls today's "winner-take-all" economy. Backing his argument with an avalanche of empirical evidence from across the music, publishing, newspaper, movie and architecture...
  • Iran indicts Washington Post reporter on unspecified charges

    A Washington Post journalist detained for almost six months in Iran has been indicted on unspecified charges, the country’s official news agency said Wednesday. The case against Jason Rezaian, the Post’s Tehran bureau chief, is in the hands...
  • Brian Hineline captures concert images, from folk to punk

    Photographer Brian Hineline sort of fell into having his work appear in publications such as Rolling Stone and Time magazines and The New York Times and Wall Street Journal. Hineline, a native of Monroe County who lives in Mount Pocono, was editing a...
  • He captures concert images, from folk to punk

    He captures concert images, from folk to punk
    Photographer Brian Hineline sort of fell into having his work appear in publications such as Rolling Stone and Time magazines and The New York Times and Wall Street Journal. Hineline, a native of Monroe County who lives in Mount Pocono, was editing a...
  • Glastonbury Historical Society To Present Program On Hartford Courant

    Glastonbury Historical Society To Present Program On Hartford Courant
    GLASTONBURY — A former longtime editor at The Hartford Courant will present its storied 250-year history later this month. The Historical Society of Glastonbury will present "The Hartford Courant: 250 Years and Counting" on Jan. 27. The program...
  • Truth is, there's no one behind the wheel

    Truth is, there's no one behind the wheel
    There's an old joke in the newspaper business, now immortal on the Internet: "The Wall Street Journal is read by the people who run the country. The Washington Post is read by people who think they run the country. The New York Times is read by people...
  • Tribune Tower redevelopment under consideration

    Tribune Tower redevelopment under consideration
    The landmark Tribune Tower may become part of a major Michigan Avenue redevelopment project. Tribune Media, which owns the iconic neo-Gothic tower, unveiled broad plans at a New York investor presentation Thursday that could potentially triple the...
  • French satire magazine's raison d'etre: mocking, challenging

    The prophet is locked in an embrace, his arm encircling a French cartoonist, their lips locked. They drool. The prophet raises a finger, pointing to a word bubble. “100 lashes if you don’t laugh.” The prophet is on all fours,...
  • Ideas cannot be killed

    Journalists at the French weekly newspaper Charlie Hebdo made a habit of skewering what some considered sacred, be it high-ranking public officials or religious icons. Its cartoonists frequently poked fun of the Prophet Muhammad, sometimes in prurient...
  • Religious sensitivity vs. free speech

    Religious sensitivity vs. free speech
    In the aftermath of the deadly assault on the offices of Charlie Hebdo, a French satirical newspaper, much of the world has rallied in solidarity with the publication, its irreverent cartoonists and their right to free speech. But not everyone is so...