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  • Atelier Azza's next savvy move

    Atelier Azza's next savvy move
    Chicago-born designer Azeeza Khan turned heads almost instantly when she launched her label Azza in 2011, scoring coverage in The Wall Street Journal and Vogue. Despite capturing attention other designers labor a lifetime to attract, Khan, only 28 years...
  • Enzian has ballet, opera on the big screen

    Enzian has ballet, opera on the big screen
    While our local arts groups take a summer break, it's still possible to get a fix of ballet or opera, thanks to the Enzian Theater in Maitland. Each summer, the theater presents series of films showing opera and dance productions by world-renowned...
  • Philip Caputo on 'The Longest Road'

    Philip Caputo on 'The Longest Road'
    It's a big country, as they say, and no one knows that better than Philip Caputo. In "The Longest Road: Overland in Search of America, from Key West to the Arctic Ocean," the novelist, nonfiction writer and former Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter for the...
  • Legg Mason's Bill Miller at top again in WSJ ranking

    Legg Mason's Bill Miller at top again in WSJ ranking
    Baltimore's Legg Mason Opportunity Trust, co-managed by well-known stock-picker Bill Miller, is the top-ranked U.S. diversified stock fund for the third consecutive quarter, according to a Wall Street Journal ranking. Miller and his co-manager, Samantha...
  • More drama at Miramax. Is 'The Hobbit' cause of 'Butler' fight?

    More drama at Miramax. Is 'The Hobbit' cause of 'Butler' fight?
    After the coffee. Before deciding whether to run for office in New York. The Skinny: I'm pretty sure I have fewer skeletons in my closet than either Anthony Weiner or Eliot Spitzer so maybe I should throw my hat in the ring to be the next Manhattan...
  • Broccoli, in its off-season, is suddenly a star

    Broccoli, in its off-season, is suddenly a star
    Broccoli is having a big news week, which is kind of odd given that it is out of season. But I suppose it’s better to have it happen at an inopportune time than never at all -- particularly for this most maligned of vegetables. On Tuesday,...
  • Tribune's new chapter. A case for Katie Couric joining 'The View.'

    Tribune's new chapter. A case for Katie Couric joining 'The View.'
    After the coffee. Before getting my Comic-Con costume ready. The Skinny: Some folks are griping about the humidity here this week but having recently spent some time back East let me tell you we still have it pretty good. Thursday's headlines include...
  • Letters: Story on high-priced pet-friendly hotels is called 'disgusting and narcissistic'

    Regarding "Bow & Wow!" by Rosemary McClure, July 7: I don't think people who have enough money for $500-a-night pet-friendly hotel rooms need to read your Travel section for tips. But silly me, a high school teacher on a budget, I thought I did. I'm...
  • 'Grown Ups 2' battles Pacific Rim.' 20th Century Fox goes Broadway.

    'Grown Ups 2' battles Pacific Rim.' 20th Century Fox goes Broadway.
    After the coffee. Before asking for Fridays off in the summer. The Skinny: Wouldn't it be great if we got Fridays off in July and August? Let's get a bill passed! In the meantime, Friday's headlines include the weekend box-office preview and reviews...
  • Alice Walker discusses two new collections

    Alice Walker discusses two new collections
    Since her Pulitzer Prize-winning “The Color Purple” appeared in 1982, the novelist and poet Alice Walker has been one of best-known black women in American literature. Although none of her books has matched “The Color Purple” in...
  • CTA announces largest art project in history

    CTA announces largest art project in history
    In what the CTA is billing the largest public artwork program in its history, the agency has tapped Chicago-based artist Theaster Gates to create artwork for the 95th Street Red Line station, which will undergo renovation next year, the agency announced...