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It's "Latin Night" and at the top of the show, Tom tells us the stars will have "a chance to dance for immunity." I do not like that sound of that one little bit. Mark Ballas is wearing a color-coordinated fedora. Guess how I feel about that. Also, I&...
He's the guy getting a lot of ear action. Tony Hale is back as the vice president's boy Friday in HBO's political comedy "Veep." In the midst of Washington chaos, he's never too far from Selina's (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) ear, ready to whip out hand...
I know that Prohibition didn’t work. But sometimes I get nostalgic for it anyway. And I’m thinking that, today, Reese Witherspoon and Al Michaels might agree. By now you’ve seen the headlines about their misadventures with demon rum....
Change of Subject(Reuters photo) Ultimately we'll get some shabby, confounding, infuriating answer to the question, "Why?" Why did someone or some group place a series of homemade bombs near the finish line of the Boston Marathon Monday. What was their point? What......
Primatologist Jane Goodall and publisher Grand Central have announced they will delay publication of Goodall's forthcoming tree-focused book "Seeds of Hope" in the wake of accusations that certain passages were plagiarized. The Washington Post noted the...
Tags: Book, The Washington Post, Chinua Achebe, Authors
Funny or Die says iSteve, its first full-length feature film, was written in three days, mostly based on Wikipedia articles, and shot in five days. No wonder the website isn't expecting any film awards. The Steve Jobs biopic roughly--and we may be...
Tags: Justin Long, Movies, Steve Jobs, Aaron Sorkin, Jorge Garcia
For RedEyeCharles Barkley has it right: Watching the first couple rounds of the NCAA tournament before the switch to a new format wasn’t great. "We all take it for granted now but the tournament used to suck [on TV]," Barkley told SI. "It used to be: Why...
The inspiration for this column came from a local newspaper article I read about a "girl" with whom I went to high school for two years at St. Cecilia's Academy in Washington, D.C. This woman, whom I haven't seen since then, has always kept a low...
Amazon has purchased the book-oriented social networking site Goodreads for an undisclosed sum. Speculation from Bloomberg Businessweek based on other social media properties (like Instagram and LinkedIn) puts the market price close to $1 billion. Other...
Tags: Jane Austen, Chicago Tribune, Jeff Bezos, Book, Authors
On the day Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis announced he would be retiring after this season, my thoughts drifted back to a bitterly cold winter day in a cemetery in Akron, Ohio. That's where Richard Lollar was buried and where his bespectacled...
Tags: Baltimore Ravens, Football, Witnesses, St. Louis Rams, Murder
The voice of Nelson Mandela crackles through much of "Cadre," the interesting new work-in-progress created, mostly in Chicago, by the South African writer-director Omphile Molusi, known internationally for his play "Itsoseng." Those of us of a certain age...
Special to the TribuneThe sanctuary was filled to capacity at Central Avenue Synagogue in Highland Park today as mourners said tearful goodbyes to Aaron Swartz, an Internet prodigy described by several people who eulogized him as brilliant, funny, provocative and out to make...
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