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  • Driverless Loyola catering cart gets stuck in reverse; hilarity ensues

    Driverless Loyola catering cart gets stuck in reverse; hilarity ensues
    Think about how much of life's rich tapestry flitted by every day, unheralded and unsung, before we all carried little computer cameras in our pocket.
  • Help Squad: Could you have refused that costly ambulance ride?

    Help Squad: Could you have refused that costly ambulance ride?
    Dear Help Squad, I have read your column and decided to get an opinion through your service. Some time ago, I had an event that caused someone to call for an ambulance for me. I was not hurt; and was told that I could sign a waiver and be allowed to...

    Chef Chrissy Camba's pop-up series takes on brunch

    Chef Chrissy Camba's pop-up series takes on brunch
    Chrissy Camba made waves helming the erstwhile Laughing Bird restaurant, with her Filipino-influenced cuisine garnering nods from Tribune critic Phil Vettel and others. But it was short-lived. Just five months after it opened, it shuttered. "The owners...

    Gabrek back with Lyons a year after brain surgery

    Gabrek back with Lyons a year after brain surgery
    Senior Liza Gabrek remains on the roster for Lyons' girls soccer team, although she will never play a game this season. It was a year ago last week when Gabrek, the Lions' starting center midfielder, suffered a life-threatening illness during a...

    Fight for $15 rallies part-time college professors

    Fight for $15 rallies part-time college professors
    Wanda Evans-Brewer, who holds a doctorate in education, earned so little last year as an adjunct professor at Concordia University in River Forest — $27,000 — that she qualified for food stamps. "In my wildest dreams, I would never think I...