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  • CANNES: 6 Sales Boards 'Manos Sucias' For Foreign Sales (EXCLUSIVE)

    MADRID - Tribeca winner "Manos Sucias," a pioneering U.S.-Colombia production exec-produced by Spike Lee, has been acquired for worldwide sales by 6 Sales in the run-up to Cannes. WME Global is handling the picture's U.S. sale. The feature debut of U.S....
  • Edna Pardo, 1921-2014

     Edna Pardo, 1921-2014
    Edna Pardo worked tirelessly to improve her community, focusing much of her effort on the inequities of Illinois school finance in her longtime role as a leader of the League of Women Voters of Chicago. "Edna was a very optimistic lady, and she really...
  • 'The Empire of Necessity' by Greg Grandin is our new Book of the Month

    'The Empire of Necessity' by Greg Grandin is our new Book of the Month
    When a sea captain named Amasa Delano boarded a distressed schooner called the Tryal in the South Pacific off the coast of Chile in 1805, he thought he was entering a scene of deep misery that was, in those boom years of the slave trade, all too common....
  • Parents with Alzheimer's: Troubling signs for their grown children

    Parents with Alzheimer's: Troubling signs for their grown children
    The brains of adults who have elderly parents diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease betray troubling hallmarks of the same disease even in middle age, when the memory and mental skills of these grown children are still perfectly normal, a new study finds....
  • 7 things you should do while earning your MBA

    Brazen Careerist Going back to school to earn your MBA is often a means to achieving something greater: a job you'll enjoy, and hopefully one that will reap a decent salary, too. That's why MBA hopefuls will be glad to hear that more than 75 percent...
  • Authors A-C

     - Return to other listings 2nd Story 2nd Story is a collective of story-makers and story-lovers working together to build community through the power of storytelling. They host story-sharing experiences in Chicago and beyond, in the form of both...
  • Sterling scandal: Loss of Clipper sponsors could spur NBA suspension

    Major sponsors of the Los Angeles Clippers are fleeing in droves as they rush to distance themselves from racist comments attributed to team owner Donald Sterling. CarMax, Virgin America, Kia, State Farm, Red Bull and a growing list of other sponsors...
  • Donald Sterling could tie up Clippers sale 'for the rest of his life'

    The Clippers could have a new owner within a few months if Donald Sterling accepts the lifetime ban from the NBA and $2.5-million fine issued against him by the league Tuesday morning, analysts said. But if the real estate mogul and trained lawyer...
  • Miami Dolphins fire offensive line coach Jim Turner, trainer Kevin O'Neill

    Miami Dolphins fire offensive line coach Jim Turner, trainer Kevin O'Neill
    The ax has finally fallen. In the wake of the NFL's independent investigation into the Miami Dolphins' locker room culture the team has fired offensive line coach Jim Turner, and long-time trainer Kevin O'Neill for apparently overlooking behavior that...
  • Miami Dolphins owner Steve Ross addresses Ted Wells report

    Miami Dolphins owner Steve Ross addresses Ted Wells report
    Here is what Miami Dolphins owner Steve Ross concluded after reading the 144 page report the NFL's independent investigators produced after exploring Jonathan Martin's workplace harassment claims. “Today, I received the final report from NFL...
  • Sherwin Nuland dies at 83; surgeon wrote 'How We Die'

    Dr. Sherwin B. Nuland was a respected surgeon and bioethicist at Yale University and author of two modestly successful books when he was approached in the early 1990s by a young literary editor. The agent was looking for someone to write a book about what...