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  • Sochi hotel tells our reporter: Don't let dangerous water touch your face

    Sochi hotel tells our reporter: Don't let dangerous water touch your face
    If there's a gold medal for tweeting, we have a winner. When Stacy St. Clair arrived in Sochi to cover the Winter Olympics for the Chicago Tribune, she probably wasn't expecting to tweet this. And she definitely wasn't expecting this tweet to go viral....
  • On questions of gender and sexuality, history's drift is clear

    Facebook users no longer need to classify themselves solely as male or female. The gender identity options have been expanded to include about 50 choices, from "trans" to "androgynous" to "pangender" or "gender questioning." The change happened last...
  • Harold Ramis dies at 69; writer, director of successful film comedies

    When Faber College was about to expel the misfit Deltas of "Animal House," the rambunctious character Bluto Blutarski rallied them, but it was writer Harold Ramis who provided Bluto's stirring words: "What? Over? Did you say over? Nothing is over...
  • Message to sponsors

    Highlights from Printers Row Lit Fest 2013 Sponsors, Connect your brand with the Chicago Tribune's Printers Row Lit Fest, the Midwest's largest literary festival! On June 7 and 8, the Lit Fest will celebrate its 30th year with two exciting days of...
  • Tomato soup recipe sought by reader

    Tomato soup recipe sought by reader
    Q: I enjoyed a delicious tomato soup recipe from the Tribune food pages 10 or 11 years ago. It was an easy recipe and so good. It used canned tomatoes and included acini di pepe pasta. I've misplaced my copy and would love to get the recipe again....
  • Bill Murray's sharp comic touch saves 'Stripes' from a serious case of silliness

    The review was originally publushed in the Chicago Tribune June 30, 1981. Stripes is a male version of "Private Benjamin" with one critical difference. Whereas Goldie Hawn was ignorant about "the ways of the Army" in "Private Benjamin," Private Bill...
  • 'Caddyshack' right on course as a low-budget laugher

    Originally published in the Chicago Tribune July 29, 1980 This latest "Son of Animal House" is set on a country club golf course. But the setting makes no difference; it's the proper mix of dirty jokes, slapstick, and juvenile humor that writer-director...
  • Bill Murray busts loose with ghosts

      Originally published in the Chicago Tribune June 8, 1984 "Ghostbusters" is the movie that confirms Bill Murray as one of our funniest comic actors. He's funny doing absolutely nothing in this overblown, special-effects-filled, $25 million comedy...
  • Warm and Fuzzy 'Groundhog': Forecast for Bill Murray vehicle is cool and classic

    Originally published in the Chicago Tribune Feb. 12, 1993 The art of the movies is sometimes a matter of personal expression, sometimes a matter of matching the perfect vehicle to a particular star. The latter is the case with "Groundhog Day," a...
  • 'Ghostbusters' Star Harold Ramis Dies at 69

    Harold Ramis, the estimable comedy writer, director and actor whose resume includes "Groundhog Day," "Ghostbusters," "Animal House," "Caddyshack" and "National Lampoon's Vacation," died on Monday at age 69. The Chicago Tribune reports that the cause of...
  • hypeorlando, new blog network, launches

    hypeorlando, new blog network, launches
    The Orlando Sentinel has launched a new standalone website that features local bloggers writing about Central Florida life and the topics that matter to local residents. Launched Tuesday, www.hypeorlando.com features a growing network of writers who...