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  • News decision: Would you run this picture in the newspaper?

    News decision: Would you run this picture in the newspaper?
    The photo of Filomena Tobias extending a middle finger to ejected Chicago Bulls center Joakim Noah at May 8's game against the Miami Heat went viral. USA TODAY Sports photographer Steve Mitchell captured a moment that captured the emotion of an intense...
  • Cubs exercise option to end WGN-TV contract after next season

    Cubs exercise option to end WGN-TV contract after next season
    The Chicago Cubs have exercised an option to get out of their broadcast contract with WGN-TV after the 2014 season, sources said Wednesday. The team notified the Tribune Co.-owned station on Tuesday it had 30 days to agree to substantially higher fees...
  • Red Sox are confident of World Series chances against Cardinals

    Red Sox are confident of World Series chances against Cardinals
    BOSTONĀ — Jake Peavy hasn't forgotten the first words Jonny Gomes said to him on his first day in the Fenway Park home clubhouse after his trade from the Chicago White Sox. "I asked how Jonny was doing, and his quote to me was, 'Just a day closer...
  • 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....
  • Illinois tax breaks for Office Depot stall

    Illinois tax breaks for Office Depot stall
    Office Depot, which recently merged with Illinois-based OfficeMax, was approved for tax breaks by the Illinois Senate that could sway the office-supply company toward a northern headquarters. But the Illinois House adjourned Tuesday, stalling the bill,...
  • 2014 Chicago Auto Show: Why size matters

    2014 Chicago Auto Show: Why size matters
    Auto show season is in full swing. The North American International Auto Show in Detroit wraps up this weekend, just as the Washington Auto Show kicks off in the nation’s capital. Chicago is up next, running from February 8 to February 17. What&...
  • Scott Stantis

    Scott Stantis
    Title: Editorial Cartoonist Hometown: San Diego, Calif. College: Los Angeles Harbor College Personal: Married for over two decades to my college sweetheart, Janien. We have two sons. Spencer, who is finishing his senior year at Auburn University, is...
  • Letter to principals

    Dear Principal: Entries are now being accepted for the Chicago Tribune's 29th annual Illinois High School All-State Academic Team scholarship, and we invite you to nominate a student from your senior class. (Click here to print out a pdf of 2014...
  • 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...
  • Bears have to hope Cowboys are too stupid to run

    Bears have to hope Cowboys are too stupid to run
    Marc Trestman made a bad decision at the end of last week’s loss in Minnesota, and it would appear he’s continuing his run of bad choices to start Monday night’s game against the Cowboys. According to the depth chart in My Chicago...
  • Quinoa preparation tips

    Quinoa preparation tips
    Q: My packet of red quinoa says to wash the quinoa multiple times then rinse before cooking. What's the difference? --Anthony Pioppi, Middletown, Conn. A: It's always good to hear from a former newspaper colleague from Connecticut, especially one...