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  • Introducing Blue Sky Innovation

    Introducing Blue Sky Innovation
    Blue Sky Innovation, the Chicago Tribune’s new digital hub on Chicago’s emerging innovation economy, is now live at www.blueskyinnovation.com, and beginning today, we’ll offer a sample of Blue Sky’s best content every Monday in the...
  • Can guacamole be frozen?

    Can guacamole be frozen?
    Q: Can you freeze guacamole? —Claudia Perry, Evanston A: Yes, but you shouldn't. That's what two experts told me. "Technically you can freeze guacamole. But I don't recommend it," writes Rick Bayless, the celebrity chef, Chicago restaurateur,...
  • Want a Stanley Cup? Impress the Hawks first

    Want a Stanley Cup? Impress the Hawks first
    Being the new guy is never easy. Especially when your roster is packed with NHL All-Stars, Olympic medalists and Stanley Cup champions. That's what Blackhawks newbies Ben Smith, Michael Kostka and Brandon Pirri are going through now. However, so far...
  • Join us for PechaKucha Night

    Join us for PechaKucha Night
    A decade ago in Tokyo, a group of architects started PechaKucha night. Pecha what? PK is an informal and fun event where visually creative people gather and share work and ideas in a 20-by-20 format: 20 slides, 20 seconds each slide. Since presenters...
  • Kings Coach Darryl Sutter on Shane Doan and bulletin-board material

    Kings Coach Darryl Sutter on Shane Doan and bulletin-board material
    One of the key players in the often-fascinating rivalry between the Phoenix Coyotes and the Los Angeles Kings could be missing Thursday night's game at Staples Center. Coyotes captain Shane Doan is out with a lower-body injury and did not play in the...
  • 'The Counselor': Cormac McCarthy's script stumbles, critics say

    As his Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award attest, Cormac McCarthy has had plenty of success on the page, and several of his novels have also been adapted to the screen with good results, most notably "No Country for Old Men," which won four Academy...
  • Movement to expand gay marriage tested in several more states

    Movement to expand gay marriage tested in several more states
    There is no civil rights movement in the country’s history that has moved further, faster than the gay rights movement. In 1958, more than nine in 10 of those surveyed in a Gallup Poll opposed marriage between blacks and whites. It took nearly...
  • Review: 'Three Scenarios in Which Hana Sasaki Grows a Tail' by Kelly Luce

    Review: 'Three Scenarios in Which Hana Sasaki Grows a Tail' by Kelly Luce
    "The tail is three inches long, and gleams silver with a lavender tinge, one end thin and flyaway, the other thick as rope." That would be Hana Sasaki's tail, and it is one of four tails, not three, despite the title of Kelly Luce's debut story...
  • Letter: Cassidy a harsh classical critic

    Several readers wrote in to react to Chris Jones' Oct. 13 A&E piece recalling the work of former Tribune theater critic Claudia Cassidy. Here is a sampling. (Jones' new book, "Bigger, Brighter, Louder: 150 Years of Chicago Theater as Seen by Chicago...
  • In defense of critic Claudia Cassidy

    Several readers wrote in to react to Chris Jones' Oct. 13 A+E piece recalling the work of former Tribune theater critic Claudia Cassidy. Here is a sampling. (Jones' new book, "Bigger, Brighter, Louder: 150 Years of Chicago Theater as Seen by Chicago...
  • Our new Theater Loop puts you on Chicago's stages

    Our new Theater Loop puts you on Chicago's stages
    To our readers: Chicago ranks as one of the most important theater cities in the world, earning accolades in the same breath with London and New York. This city is the birthplace of many great American plays and launched the hopes and careers of many...