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  • 'Prep School' gets nod

    'Prep School' gets nod
    James P. DeWan’s book “Prep School,” a compilation of┬áhis cooking technique columns for Tribune’s weekly Good Eating section, was nominated for a prestigious culinary award this week. The announcement from the International...
  • George Lucas, wife give $25 million for Chicago kids' art center

    George Lucas and his wife, Chicago investment fund chief Mellody Hobson, are giving $25 million to build a deluxe arts center for a private grade school and high school on the University of Chicago’s campus -- to be named for Gordon Parks, the...
  • John Kass: 'First Laddie Issue' could impede Hillary in 2016

    You probably won't believe this, but I aim to help Hillary Clinton fulfill her destiny and rule the world. But the thing is, she has a problem. You wouldn't know it from reading or watching the news. That's because in most newsrooms across America --...
  • Video: More influential--Harold Ramis or John Hughes?

    Video: More influential--Harold Ramis or John Hughes?
    Chicago Tribune theater critic Chris Jones is joined by reporters Nina Metz and Mark Caro discuss the cultural news of the day, including Sting's visit to the Tribune newsroom and the upcoming Oscars telecast.
  • How to get free money while filing taxes

    How to get free money while filing taxes
    Chicago Tribune business columnist Gail MarksJarvis explains an easy way to save money on your taxes.
  • Controversial DCFS director resigns

    Controversial DCFS director resigns
    Ending weeks of speculation, Arthur Bishop today submitted a letter of resignation as director of the state’s child welfare agency. Gov. Patrick Quinn appointed Bishop last month to lead the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services....
  • Ready for Winter to End? Prepare for Potholes

     
    Despite the proclamations of "Richard III," now is decidedly not the winter of our discontent. As weather forecasts for the Northeast and Midwest show continued freezing temperatures ??? between 10 and 30 degrees below normal for this time of year......
  • Taxi cab wars 101

    Taxi cab wars 101
    Chicago Tribune business columnist Melissa Harris explains how ride-sharing companies like Uber have met resistance from Chicago government.
  • Pothole season: How to prepare for it

    Pothole season: How to prepare for it
    Despite the proclamations of "Richard III," now is decidedly not the winter of our discontent. As weather forecasts for the Northeast and Midwest show continued freezing temperatures — between 10 and 30 degrees below normal for this time of year...
  • Best American hockey player? Patrick Kane

    Best American hockey player? Patrick Kane
    Thank you, college football, for ceding New Year’s Day to the NHL, and even ceding the Big House in Ann Arbor for Maple Leafs-Red Wings. Question was, would fans be familiar with the home team playing defense in that stadium? After the game, the...
  • 10 things you might not know about immigration

    One of the biggest issues looming when Congress returns from its holiday break is immigration reform. In honor of our nation built by immigrants, we give you our rich, well-sourced and huddled mass of facts yearning to breathe free: 1. A staggering...