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  • Reader reaction to our CTA Ventra coverage

    Reader reaction to our CTA Ventra coverage
    I occasionally hear from commuters who want to know whether there are any citizens activist groups they could possibly join to establish a louder, more impactful voice resulting in public transit improvements in the Chicago region. Unfortunately,...
  • Sneak Peek: next TribU newsroom courses

    Sneak Peek: next TribU newsroom courses
    One TribU program we really enjoy preparing are our classes built around how the newsroom covers current events. Business Planning Editor and current events session organizer Andrea Hanis is just finalizing April's three classes -- TribU: How the Newsroom...
  • 10 things you might not know about razed Chicago

    10 things you might not know about razed Chicago
    Ever since the Great Fire of 1871, a cycle of destruction and rebuilding has been central to the Chicago story. This month, Northwestern University secured a permit to tear down Prentice Hospital so that it can build a biomedical research facility. Also...
  • Does a low-fat diet increase triglycerides?

    Does a low-fat diet increase triglycerides?
    It’s easy to assume that a low-fat diet is the healthy way to go, especially since a diet low in saturated and trans fat was recommended by government agencies back in the 1980s. But in Tuesday’s Chicago Tribune story, which looked at the...
  • Sheryl Sandberg, "Lean In," and #TribNation

    Sheryl Sandberg, "Lean In," and #TribNation
    Here's a replay of Thursday night's Press Pass conversation with Sheryl Sandberg in Chicago. The Facebook COO discussed her new book about women in the workplace, "Lean In," with Chicago Tribune Vice President and Associate Editor Joycelyn Winnecke. But...
  • Group sends female inmates books

    Group sends female inmates books
    The message itself was simple: "I was so alone and then I got your package," it read. "Thank you so much. I love the books. Thank you and God bless." Yet there was something about the handwriting, a delicate and elegant script, that moved Megan Bernard to...
  • Review: "Brothers Emanuel" by Ezekiel J. Emanuel

    Review: "Brothers Emanuel" by Ezekiel J. Emanuel
    Three brothers — Ezekiel, Rahm and Ari Emanuel — each went on to great career accomplishment: Zeke as a bioethicist; Ari as a powerful Hollywood talent agent; and Rahm, of course, as White House chief of staff for President Obama before...
  • Benjamin Lytal on 'A Map of Tulsa'

    Benjamin Lytal on 'A Map of Tulsa'
    If Chicago author Benjamin Lytal were the typical writer of semi-autobiographical fiction, his first novel would have been the story of a young man who escaped his hometown in the interior of the country to become immersed in the colorful characters and...
  • Five nostalgic books on baseball

    My father, Bill Guilfoile, was a baseball executive for 40 years with the New York Yankees, the Pittsburgh Pirates and the Baseball Hall of Fame. He was also a compulsive reader, and it's no surprise that his favorite subject was the game that has...
  • A look at famous brothers from Chicago

    A look at famous brothers from Chicago
    Long before anybody (besides their parents) was paying attention to Chicago's Emanuel brothers, the city could boast of lots of other siblings who made good — or, at least, made headlines. Chicago can claim brothers of wide-ranging accomplishments...
  • In "The Drunken Botanist," Stewart writes about plants and drinks

    In "The Drunken Botanist," Stewart writes about plants and drinks
    Amy Stewart is no stranger to horticulture. In fact, some might consider her among the queens of it: The Northern California-based author has written six books on topics ranging from plants to bugs (the best-selling “Wicked Plants” and “...