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  • From the archives: A review of E.L. Doctorow's 'Ragtime'

    From the archives: A review of E.L. Doctorow's 'Ragtime'
    Editor's note: On March 12, the National Book Critics Circle will present its 40th annual awards in six categories — fiction, nonfiction, autobiography, biography, criticism and poetry. This week, we look back to a 1975 Tribune review of the first...
  • Lawrence Ingrassia - Managing Editor

    Lawrence Ingrassia - Managing Editor
    Lawrence Ingrassia joined the Los Angeles Times in January 2015 as managing editor focusing on new ventures. Before that, he worked at the New York Times, as business editor from 2004 to 2012 and later as deputy managing editor for new initiatives....
  • Russ Newton takes on Valley Sun and sister publications

    Russ Newton takes on Valley Sun and sister publications
    Glendale resident Russ Newton has been named publisher of Times Community News, a portfolio of papers that includes the La Cañada Valley Sun, Glendale News-Press and Burbank Leader, as well as Orange County titles The Daily Pilot, Coastline Pilot and...
  • 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...
  • Make a 1940s Weary Willie cake

    Make a 1940s Weary Willie cake
    Q: My father-in-law said that in the 1940s his mother made a cake called Weary Willie, which she said she got from the Chicago Tribune. I have now been tasked to make one for him. Would you by chance have the recipe? — Cheri Koglin, Mainz-...
  • Family holds first 'photo exhibit' showing rare King Ganaway works

    Family holds first 'photo exhibit' showing rare King Ganaway works
    MURFREESBORO, Tenn. — In this mid-South city of more than 100,000 people, which was the scene of one of the Civil War's bloodiest battles, a group of about 30 people gathered to celebrate the art of a pioneering African-American photographer who...
  • Declining revenue, debt push Tribune Publishing earnings lower

    Declining revenue, debt push Tribune Publishing earnings lower
    Tribune Publishing's net income declined 54 percent in the fourth quarter, primarily because of lower advertising revenue and debt service associated with its spinoff, the company said Wednesday. The company posted earnings of $15 million, or 60 cents...
  • Congress hears testimony on Cuban criminal pipeline

    Congress hears testimony on Cuban criminal pipeline
    WASHINGTON — Cuba's role in enabling a criminal pipeline to Florida must be examined as the United States moves to restore relations with the Communist-led island, the leader of a key congressional panel said Thursday. Jeff Duncan, chairman of the...
  • Tribune Publishing, Daily Press owner, chasing new revenue with digital marketing services

    Tribune Publishing, Daily Press owner, chasing new revenue with digital marketing services
    When industry veteran Dan Hickey joined Tribune Publishing in January to head up digital marketing services, he saw great promise in the nascent division's work, which last year included creating an online video series for Jewel-Osco and a multimedia...
  • 3 columnists recall earlier years of the Barrington Courier-Review

    3 columnists recall earlier years of the Barrington Courier-Review
    Seventy-six trombones may have "led the big parade" but there were equally as many squeals of delight at Cook Street Coffee on March 13, as more than 76 combined years of writing for this newspaper converged! Lake Barrington Shores columnist Cathy...
  • New study: Stem cell field is infected with hype

    New study: Stem cell field is infected with hype
    When billions of dollars are at stake in scientific research, researchers quickly learn that optimism sells. A new study published in Science Translational Medicine offers a window into how hype arises in the interaction between the media and scientific...