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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...
  • Review: Christopher Williams retrospective at Art Institute

    Review: Christopher Williams retrospective at Art Institute
    Occupying multiple galleries, one corridor and the great hall of the Art Institute of Chicago is "The Production Line of Happiness," a retrospective by Christopher Williams, the most important conceptual photographer you've never heard of. The show,...
  • PASSINGS: James C. Dowdle

    James C. Dowdle Executive helped expand Tribune's TV, Internet operations James C. Dowdle, 79, an executive who played a key role in the transformation of Tribune Co. into a major media conglomerate, died Monday of congestive heart failure at his home...
  • Baltimore Sun Media Group to buy City Paper

    Baltimore Sun Media Group to buy City Paper
    The Baltimore Sun Media Group announced Thursday that it is buying the alternative weekly City Paper for an undisclosed price, bringing the city’s two most recognizable print journalism outlets under the same roof. City Paper will remain...
  • How to save money in your 30's

    How to save money in your 30's
    Chicago Tribune business columnist Gail MarksJarvis dispenses advice for 30-somethings trying to save money ahead of time for retirement.
  • 10 things you might not know about obscure words

    10 things you might not know about obscure words
    The crazy winter weather has inspired wider use of some little-known words, such as bombogenesis (meteorologists' slang for a type of rapidly intensifying storm) and williwaw (a windstorm caused when cold air rushes down a mountain to the sea). Here's...
  • The birth of the sit-in

    The birth of the sit-in
    One day in May 1942, a group of young Chicagoans — black and white — opened a key chapter in civil rights history by refusing to take no for an answer when told that Jack Spratt Coffee House on East 47th Street didn't serve African-Americans....
  • Tribune Closes $170 Mil Cash Deal to Acquire Sony's Gracenote

    Tribune Co. announced it has completed the acquisition of Gracenote from Sony Corp. of America for $170 million in cash, a deal that fortifies Tribune's entertainment-metadata biz. Gracenote will continue to operate from its headquarters in Emeryville,...
  • Snowstorms mark winter of discontent for two-thirds of U.S.

    For as much as two-thirds of the United States, this has, indeed, been the winter of our discontent. Even as a harsh storm was dropping as much as 10 inches of snow on parts of the Midwest, especially Kansas, that same system was moving east and was...
  • How can we top a Giordano's-Cubs partnership?

    How can we top a Giordano's-Cubs partnership?
    When we posted the story earlier about Giordano's entering into an agreement to become the official pizza of the Chicago Cubs and Wrigley Field, we got hungry. And we started to think of toppings. Goat cheese! Yes, goat cheese. That's pretty...
  • John Kass: Does the 'Ring of Steel' gleam in the Russian sun?

    SOCHI, Russia -- What do you do in Sochi? I just arrived here, it's late, I'm exhausted, but I'm going to find out. That is, after I sleep for about a day and a half. The Winter Olympic Games open later this week, protected by a security cordon called...