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  • N'DIGO Foundation Gala, Glamorama's launch party

    N'DIGO Foundation Gala, Glamorama's launch party
    The N'DIGO Foundation Gala was a Tribute to Men and featured a powerful concert by Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds at Symphony Center. The 10-time Grammy winner, along with a four-piece band that included his brother Kevon Edmonds, brought the crowd to its...
  • ChiWriMo: National Novel Writing Month in Chicago

    ChiWriMo: National Novel Writing Month in Chicago
    National Novel Writing Month, or "NaNoWriMo" as it is called, is a month-long, bang-it-all-out-and-edit-later approach to writing a novel. Challenge participants begin writing November 1 with the goal of completing a 50,000-word novel by November 30 at...
  • Half of recent college grads out of work or underemployed

    Half of recent college grads out of work or underemployed
    While theĀ  U.S. CongressĀ  argues over how to pay for lower interest rates on future student loans, more than half of recent college graduates struggle to find jobs to help pay back their debt. About 1.5 million, or 53.6 percent, of students graduating...
  • Life after college: high unemployment and depressed wages

    Life after college: high unemployment and depressed wages
    They're facing high unemployment, depressed wages and loads of debt — and they're only in their 20s. Welcome to life after college. Though the labor market is recovering slowly, graduates this spring have only slightly better chances of landing...
  • Summer jobs program encourages businesses to Hire One Youth

    Summer jobs program encourages businesses to Hire One Youth
    Amber Barner has had a summer job through the city's YouthWorks program seven times, every year since she was 14. But this time is different. This time her job will outlast the summer. That twist comes courtesy of Baltimore's fledgling effort to...
  • More National Merit Scholarship winners announced

    The last of the winners of the 2012 National Merit Scholarship competition have been named. From Corona del Mar High School, Nicholas Charles Roy won the college-sponsored scholarship for Northwestern University and states his likely career field as...
  • Dolphins coach tracker: Meet Joe Philbin's staff

    New Miami Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin's success will rise and fall with the quality of his assistants. So, like most coaches, Philbin has reached into his past and surrounded himself with coaches he knows and trust, such as Mike Sherman, who hired...
  • Nominations may be decided in one quick blitz

    After months of suspense, New Hampshire on Wednesday scheduled its presidential primary for Jan. 8 -- the state's earliest date ever -- in a move that promises one of the swiftest nominating fights in campaign history. With Iowa casting the first votes...
  • PASSINGS

    Norm Van Lier Ex-Chicago Bulls guard, broadcaster Norm Van Lier, 61, a former Chicago Bulls guard and broadcaster, was found dead Thursday afternoon in his Chicago home, authorities said. Firefighters went to his home, just blocks from the United...
  • PASSINGS: Robert Schindler, Richard Egan

    PASSINGS: Robert Schindler, Richard Egan
    Robert Schindler Father of Terri Schiavo Robert Schindler, 71, the father of Terri Schiavo, who became a national symbol in a closely watched right-to-die fight, has died, his son said Saturday. Schindler, a tireless activist through years of legal...
  • Robert B. Parker dies at 77; best-selling author of 'Spenser' private-eye novels

    Robert B. Parker dies at 77; best-selling author of 'Spenser' private-eye novels
    Robert B. Parker, the best-selling author whose long-running "Spenser" private-eye novels updated the genre of hard-boiled detective fiction in the 1970s, has died. He was 77. Parker died Monday of a heart attack at his home in Cambridge, Mass., said his...