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  • Fame finally comes to little-known Renaissance master Piero di Cosimo

    Fame finally comes to little-known Renaissance master Piero di Cosimo
    When American millionaires bought paintings by Piero di Cosimo in the late 19th century, almost all the works were attributed to other Italian Renaissance artists. Piero, a painter of Florence during its golden age, was simply regarded as too obscure to...
  • Study: Even for college-educated blacks, road to full-time work is rocky

     Study: Even for college-educated blacks, road to full-time work is rocky
    Months before he graduated from college, Jeramey Winfield was sending out resumes and applying for jobs online in Chicago. The media studies major hoped to jump from Colby-Sawyer College in New Hampshire right into the Chicago workforce, in marketing or...
  • DHS graduate is composer of new Chicago kids' musical

    DHS graduate is composer of new Chicago kids' musical
    Danny Abosch wrote his first musical when he was a senior at Deerfield High School. It was called "Unwritten Rules" and premiered at Caruso Middle School. Since then, Abosch has come a long way in the field of musical theatre writing and composing. At...
  • Five Questions for Ed Berlin, co-owner of the Ivy Bookshop

    Five Questions for Ed Berlin, co-owner of the Ivy Bookshop
    Ed and Ann Berlin's professional lives took a fresh turn when they bought the 10-year-old Ivy Bookshop in January 2012. She had years of experience as a book publishing executive, he had devoted much of his professional life to the technical side of...
  • Broward County National Letter of Intent signees

    Athletes from across the county put pen to paper on National Signing Day on Wednesday. Archbishop McCarthy — Taylor Shore, Florida Gulf Coast, Soccer; Katie McInnis, Indian River CC, Volleyball; Brian Van Belle, Broward CC, Baseball; Yari...
  • When a gun problem becomes a problem for art

    When a gun problem becomes a problem for art
    Laurie Glenn, a Chicago public policy activist and founder of the politically minded arts group ThinkArt, dropped her leather bag into a chair. We met in a conference room of the Woods Fund of Chicago, a grant-making foundation on Wacker Drive with an eye...
  • Longtime Hampton University photographer Reuben Burrell dies

    Longtime Hampton University photographer Reuben Burrell dies
    HAMPTON — Reuben Burrell, Hampton University's staff photographer for more than 60 years, died Tuesday, HU officials confirmed Wednesday. He was 95. People will remember Burrell for his helpfulness to students and ability to take fabulous...
  • Meet Tavares RB Ezekiel Thomas

    Meet Tavares RB Ezekiel Thomas
    Name: Zeke Thomas Position: Running back Height/weight: 6-0, 195 High school: Tavares 247Sports.com star rating: None 247Sports.com national ranking: NR 247Sports.com position ranking: NR 247Sports.com state ranking: NR The Buzz:...
  • Robert C. Klein

    Robert C. Klein
    Robert C. Klein, a retired insurance executive and World War II veteran who had participated in the liberation of the Landsberg concentration camp, died Feb. 4 at University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center of complications from a stroke. The...
  • Natalie L. 'Toby' Mendeloff, activist

    Natalie L. 'Toby' Mendeloff, activist
    Natalie L. "Toby" Mendeloff, a community activist and volunteer, died Jan. 29 at Sinai Hospital of complications of the flu. She was 94. The daughter of Henry Lavenstein, a department store owner, and Bessie Siff Lavenstein, a homemaker, Natalie...
  • 'Feminism Unfinished' looks at movement's diversity

     'Feminism Unfinished' looks at movement's diversity
    It's not Beyonce in front of blazing lights, but "Feminism Unfinished" (Liveright Publishing) should grab our attention. The new book, subtitled "A Short, Surprising History of American Women's Movements," is co-authored by three academics —...