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  • Michael Sporn dies at 67; Oscar- and Emmy-nominated animator

    Michael Sporn dies at 67; Oscar- and Emmy-nominated animator
    Animation director Michael Sporn, best known for his adaptations of children's stories that were shown on HBO, PBS and other networks, had a childhood that was interrupted. When he was a toddler his father abandoned the family, and although his mother...
  • Dates to remember

    Dates to remember
    There is always something going on in this vibrant, vital city, and though every calendar day marks events worth remembering, only a few hundred have found their way into John Schmidt's delightful and engaging new book, "On This Day in Chicago History."...
  • Singing the blues over headlight glare

    Singing the blues over headlight glare
    Q: My question is about the bluish colored headlights, and the fog lights and parking lights that many drivers have on at night. I thought there were laws regulating the number and brightness of the lights on the front of the car. In many cases the...
  • Charlie Trotter dies: 'His words to me will ring on forever'

    Charlie Trotter dies: 'His words to me will ring on forever'
    [Updated: 7:12 p.m.: Charlie Trotter's family issued a statement earlier expressing sorrow at the shocking death of the 54-year-old acclaimed chef and asking for privacy "as we work through this difficult time." Many chefs, including notable L.A. chefs,...
  • Autopsy set for Charlie Trotter; chef reportedly diagnosed with aneurysm

    An autopsy is scheduled today for famed Chicago chef Charlie Trotter, whose unexpected death at 54 on Tuesday shocked both the city and the food world. Trotter was considered by many to be a pioneer in both food and wine, having single-handedly made...
  • Billy Crystal's '700 Sundays' is back on Broadway

    Billy Crystal's '700 Sundays' is back on Broadway
    Billy Crystal's autobiographical solo show "700 Sundays" is back on Broadway, performed by Crystal and directed by Des McAnuff. It will officially open Nov. 13 at the Imperial Theatre and run through Jan. 5, 2014. The show first debuted in 2004 at the...
  • Yoga pants too sheer? It may be your fault, Lululemon founder says

    Yoga pants too sheer? It may be your fault, Lululemon founder says
    Lululemon's founder says women's bodies are to blame for this year's "too sheer" debacle that caused the fitness apparel retailer to pull  its top-selling style of yoga pants because they were see-through. In an interview with Bloomberg TV, Chip Wilson...
  • Gangsters & Grifters

    Gangsters & Grifters
    We're very excited to share our latest Chicago Tribune Photography iPad edition, Gangsters & Grifters: Vintage Chicago crime photographs. Tribune photo editors have been working their way through a massive archive of 4x5 glass-plate and acetate...
  • Saving Chicago from a fiscal mess

    Saving Chicago from a fiscal mess
    The Chicago Tribune's "Broken Bonds" series highlights many long-standing issues with Chicago's finances. This may be new territory for the Tribune, but the Emanuel administration was acutely aware of these issues before taking office in 2011 and has been...
  • Athletico fosters growth with core workplace culture

    Athletico fosters growth with core workplace culture
    In 1991, Mark Kaufman was a physical therapist and athletic trainer with a receptionist, a small space at Clark and Oak streets, and an idea. He became the trainer for local schools, sometimes for free, sometimes for a small stipend, as a way of...
  • Jabari Parker's back in domination mode

    Jabari Parker's back in domination mode
    Jabari Parker will go down in Chicago Public League history as the first player from the city to lead his team to four consecutive state championships. That's no small feat, especially when you consider not only the talent level in the city, but across...