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  • 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.
  • The government cares about immigration

    At a time when our country is desperately in need of compromise and leadership on a number of critical issues, it was encouraging to see U.S. Rep. Adam Kinzinger, R-Ill., and Sen. Mark Kirk, R-Ill., join Mayor Rahm Emanuel and U.S. Rep. Luis Gutierrez, D-...
  • James C. Dowdle, former Tribune Co. executive, dies

    James C. Dowdle, former Tribune Co. executive, dies
    James C. Dowdle, a born salesman known for his flashy ties and sharp intuition about the television industry, played a key role in the transformation of Tribune Co. into a major media conglomerate. In 1981 when Mr. Dowdle joined the company, Tribune was...
  • Local Voices West: Feb. 27 edition

    Local Voices West: Feb. 27 edition
    Letters to the editor from Wheaton, Naperville, Geneva, Western Springs, Glen Ellyn, Elmhurst and St. Charles. Distracted driving "Drop it and drive." Chances are, at some point, you've uttered a phrase like that after witnessing someone on the road...
  • 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...
  • 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....
  • Travel company again trips up over refunds

    A travel company that offers people the time of their lives on bargain-priced trips to Europe again hasn't provided timely refunds after canceling a trip. I wrote about American European Travel in early January after it scrapped tours of Turkey at the...
  • On questions of gender and sexuality, history's drift is clear

    Facebook users no longer need to classify themselves solely as male or female. The gender identity options have been expanded to include about 50 choices, from "trans" to "androgynous" to "pangender" or "gender questioning." The change happened last...
  • Tomato soup recipe sought by reader

    Tomato soup recipe sought by reader
    Q: I enjoyed a delicious tomato soup recipe from the Tribune food pages 10 or 11 years ago. It was an easy recipe and so good. It used canned tomatoes and included acini di pepe pasta. I've misplaced my copy and would love to get the recipe again....
  • 'Ghostbusters' Star Harold Ramis Dies at 69

    Harold Ramis, the estimable comedy writer, director and actor whose resume includes "Groundhog Day," "Ghostbusters," "Animal House," "Caddyshack" and "National Lampoon's Vacation," died on Monday at age 69. The Chicago Tribune reports that the cause of...