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  • Review: 'Quiet Dell' by Jayne Anne Phillips

    Review: 'Quiet Dell' by Jayne Anne Phillips
    Cruising the Internet for a possible mate is really nothing new. Lonely hearts — like those in Jayne Anne Phillips' blistering new novel, “Quiet Dell” — placed discrete ads in ladies' magazines and newspapers or disseminated...
  • Oscar Hijuelos dies at 62; Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist

    Oscar Hijuelos, a son of Cuban immigrants to the U.S. whose 1989 novel "The Mambo Kings Play Songs of Love" made him the first Latino to win the Pulitzer Prize for fiction, has died. He was 62. His death was confirmed by a spokesman for Gotham Books,...
  • Driver pleads guilty in 2010 Bucktown baseball-bat assault

    Editor's note: This article ran in the July 10, 2013, edition of the Chicago Tribune. . Three years after an Irish exchange student and her friend were beaten unconscious and robbed under a Bucktown viaduct, the woman who acted as the getaway driver has...
  • Edward Albee event postponed indefinitely

    Edward Albee event postponed indefinitely
    Edward Albee event postponed indefinitely: The Chicago Humanities Festival event honoring Edward Albee, winner of the 2013 Chicago Tribune Literary Prize, has been postponed indefinitely. If you purchased tickets, email refund@chicagohumanities.org to...
  • Pining for those Canadian wings

    Pining for those Canadian wings
    Q: I had some wonderfully sweet, savory and slightly crunchy chicken wings at a restaurant in Vancouver, British Columbia, called Phnom Penh. Any chance you could get me their recipe, or find a restaurant in Chicago that offers something similar?...
  • Perspective: Re-envision CPS as a democratic community

    Perspective: Re-envision CPS as a democratic community
    "Democracy needs to be reborn in each generation, and education is its midwife." -- John Dewey Students and parents across Chicago have thoughtful concerns about their schools but often feel that they have no way to effect change within the Chicago...
  • Tribune Tower: Standing upon history

    Tribune Tower: Standing upon history
    Ever wonder about the architecture of Tribune Tower, and the stones from famous buildings around the world? Pulitzer Prize-winning Chicago Tribune Architecture Critic Blair Kamin talks with Ashley Bartholomew from our Tribune video team.  Not just the...
  • Reader Q&A: Brad Biggs' Bears mailbag

    Reader Q&A: Brad Biggs' Bears mailbag
    Do you think the Bears should try to sign Jay Ratliff, if not for this season, then looking ahead to 2014-2016? -- Kashif K. That is a bad idea right now, in my opinion. I am not saying Ratliff will not be a contributor for a team in 2014 but if the...
  • Arkansas man killed in Chicago after asking for directions, police say

    An Arkansas man visiting Chicago was shot and killed early Thursday by a man he had asked for directions, according to police and local media reports. Police officials told the Chicago Tribune that Robert Franklin, 55, and a friend were in town to visit...
  • '12 Years a Slave': A captivating story of survival, reviews say

    Critical acclaim continues to mount for Steve McQueen's historical drama "12 Years a Slave," which has garnered near-universal praise since its premiere at the Telluride Film Festival in late summer. Adapted from the 1853 autobiography of the same name by...
  • CARNEVIL

    CARNEVIL
    Another photo with CarnEvil. Haunted maze characters Julia Niziolek and Bill Shanahan, both of Schaumburg, wait in the makeup tent prior to the opening at the Sears Centre in Hoffman Estates. (Carnevil photos by Darrell Goemaat for the Chicago Tribune)