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  • Kevin Coval on his new poetry collection, "Schtick"

    Kevin Coval on his new poetry collection, "Schtick"
    It must have been tempting for poet Kevin Coval to read from his own work during “Chicago Classics,” which took place one Friday night in late March in packed-with-people Preston Bradley Hall at the Chicago Cultural Center. That is because...
  • Review: "Life After Life" by Kate Atkinson

    Review: "Life After Life" by Kate Atkinson
    Genre fiction, the catch-all category for lowbrow literary long-forms — crime, suspense, horror, fantasy, romance, mystery and sci-fi — is the Rodney Dangerfield of literature: It can't get no respect. Wikipedia defines the term thusly:...
  • Jeff Lemire, super writer

    Jeff Lemire, super writer
    On page 12 of issue No. 1 of DC Comics' latest reiteration of "Constantine," which tells the ongoing story of John Constantine — a.k.a. Hellblazer, the publisher's three-decade-old, morally slippery sorcerer/sleuth to the occult world (played by...
  • 'Historia, Historia' recalls an island sojourn

    'Historia, Historia' recalls an island sojourn
    When Eleanor Stanford boarded a plane to spend two years on the islands of Cape Verde, she had no idea what she was in for. She didn't know the language. She didn't know what the people ate. She didn't even know where she was going to live. -------...
  • Review: "Gulp" by Mary Roach

    Review: "Gulp" by Mary Roach
    If someone took a notion to ask author Mary Roach to perform, say, stomach surgery, she would probably also remove much of the large intestine, the gall bladder and at least one kidney, all with the excuse that it was just so interesting. That's the...
  • Johns Hopkins graduate killed in bomb blast in Afghanistan

    Johns Hopkins graduate killed in bomb blast in Afghanistan
    Anne Smedinghoff wanted to help the people of Afghanistan, those who knew her say. The 25-year-old Johns Hopkins University graduate was attempting to deliver textbooks to school children there when she and four other Americans were killed in a car bomb...
  • 'FBI: Criminal Pursuit' details sensational Chicago murder case

    'FBI: Criminal Pursuit' details sensational Chicago murder case
    On Sept. 25, 1993, Robert O'Dubaine was gunned down in the garage of the Bucktown condo he shared with his girlfriend, Catherine Suh. Investigation Discovery's "FBI: Criminal Pursuit" takes a looks at the infamous Chicago murder case at 9 p.m. April 8 in...
  • Using data, shedding light

    Using data, shedding light
    Data should be illuminative, not off-putting. At the Chicago Tribune News Applications team, we try to help that light shine a little brighter. Accomplishing that means taking advantage of the online medium to tell stories. The building blocks we use...
  • Catherine Suh begins life term in boyfriend's slaying

    Catherine Suh begins life term in boyfriend's slaying
    Editor's Note: This story from the Tribune archives was originally published in the Chicago Tribune on Thursday, June 27, 1996. RedEye has reposted it to accompany our story about an episode of Investigation Discovery's "FBI: Criminal Pursuit" that...
  • Pining for Danilo's pepper steak

    Pining for Danilo's pepper steak
    Q: There was a restaurant called Danilo's in the area of Grand and Milwaukee. They've been closed for about 8 years. They had a terrific item on the menu known as Italian-style pepper steak. Hoping that you may have been familiar with the location and...
  • 10 things you might not know about film critics

    A screenwriter who went by the pseudonyms of R. Hyde and Reinhold Timme died recently in Chicago. Others knew the man as Roger Ebert, film critic for the Chicago Sun-Times. Ebert's death got us thinking about interesting facts involving movie critics....