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  • Chicago mayor backs reparations for past police torture victims

    Chicago mayor backs reparations for past police torture victims
    The city of Chicago on Tuesday sought to put to rest one of its most persistent scandals, proposing a $5.5 million reparations fund for dozens of torture victims connected to former Chicago police Cmdr. Jon Burge and his so-called midnight crew of rogue...
  • 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...
  • Five questions for Sail Baltimore's executive director Laura Stevenson

    Five questions for Sail Baltimore's executive director Laura Stevenson
    About 40 foreign attaches from around the world — Serbia to Spain, India to Italy — will gather this week in Baltimore with one purpose: to consider whether to bring their nation's tall ships to the Inner Harbor. The nonprofit Sail Baltimore,...
  • 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. Ten years ago, the ridiculous sight that Loyola student Joe Bailey Jr. beheld Thursday morning would...
  • Chicago's cardinal: Francis George rose to lead hometown's Catholics

    Chicago's cardinal: Francis George rose to lead hometown's Catholics
    For all the things that polio took away from a young Francis George — running, playing baseball and riding his bicycle — it did little to derail his dreams of becoming a priest. Even after he entered his freshman year of Chicago high...
  • D219 briefs: School bus company dropped amidst service problems

    News from the April 13 Niles Township High School District 219 Board of Education meeting; Niles North and Niles West High Schools. School bus company dropped amidst service problems The District 219 Board School Board has awarded new contracts for...
  • Larry O'Brien, lawyer known for pro bono work and storytelling, dies at 69

     Larry O'Brien, lawyer known for pro bono work and storytelling, dies at 69
    Longtime Chicago attorney Larry O'Brien was known for spinning a good yarn. "He would tell stories, and you were never certain if they were real or made up — sometimes not until years later," said his daughter, Jillian Dine. "He was a...
  • APR 15 | The Great Cartoon Debate

    APR 15 | The Great Cartoon Debate
    Join the Loyola School of Communication, Friends of the Loyola Libraries, and the Chicago Tribune for a lively evening highlighting two artists, two sketch pads and a world of creative ideas! Political cartoonists Scott Stantis of the Chicago Tribune...
  • Peyton DeChant's place is at the plate for Hampshire

    When she first saw Peyton DeChant bat during the summer before her freshman year, Hampshire coach Stacey Stepek knew right away what she had. "It's just her presence stepping in the box and how she carries herself. You can tell she's going to hit the...
  • Retired judge Henry A. Budzinski dies at 91

     Retired judge Henry A. Budzinski dies at 91
    Henry A. Budzinski was the longtime presiding judge of Cook County's probate division and oversaw cases involving the estates of the son of Chicago Bears founder George Halas, vanished candy heiress Helen Brach and Nation of Islam leader Elijah Muhammad....