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  • 2 charged with beating cab driver

    2  charged with beating cab driver
    When two young men ran from Iwowari Wright’s taxi van after one of their credit cards was declined, she was resigned to accepting the loss of a $22 fare. But before she got a chance to leave the University Village neighborhood where she dropped...
  • Cannes Film Festival preview: Time to get off the beach

    Cannes Film Festival preview: Time to get off the beach
    Brigitte Bardot in a bikini on a French Riviera beach in the early 1950s. Quick — name a single photograph in existence that reminds you less of "The Tree of Life," last year's top prize winner at the Cannes Film Festival. The only movie in...
  • Sarah Silverman joins TBS Just For Laughs festival line-up

    Sarah Silverman joins TBS Just For Laughs festival line-up
    TBS and Just For Laughs have added comic Sarah Silverman to the Chicago festival line-up in June, along with dozens of other newly announced shows. Silverman will host two shows at The Chicago Theatre on June 16, presenting some of her favorite comedians...
  • County Digest

    Lights parade The annual Eastport Yacht Club Lights Parade will be held from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 10, in Annapolis. Event takes place rain or shine and concludes with a fireworks display. Among the entries this year are "Chesapeake Reindeer,"...
  • Welcome to Printers Row!

    Welcome to Printers Row!
    Dear Members of Printers Row, What a nice ring to that phrase! On behalf of my colleagues here at the Chicago Tribune, I'm delighted to welcome you to this great new adventure: Printers Row. This is the first of your weekly newsletters, and a step in...
  • Lawsuit filed by family of woman killed by bus

    The family of a woman who was struck and killed by a tour bus in Streeterville earlier this month has filed a wrongful death suit against the bus company, arguing it should not have hired the driver. The driver, David Soto, remains in jail on...
  • Artist gives $5M to School of the Art Institute

    Artist LeRoy Neiman, known for his colorful and energetic paintings of sports events, and his wife are donating $5 million to the School of the Art Institute of Chicago for a new student center, the school announced today. Neiman is an alumnus and former...
  • April 17: Midday Fix - School of the Art Institute of Chicago FASHION 2012

    April 17: Midday Fix - School of the Art Institute of Chicago FASHION 2012
    78th Annual School of the Art Institute of Chicago Fashion Show School of the Art Institute of Chicago FASHION 2012 Thursday, April 19 Millennium Park General Admission Runway shows at Noon and 3:00 p.m. - tickets, $75 The WALK, annual benefit and...
  • Glorious Gardens Contest: The winner

    Glorious Gardens Contest: The winner
    Dennis Paul's garden grew out of worry. It was the mid-1990s. It was just a plot of plain old lawn, surrounded by maybe a 1-foot border of humdrum annuals. "Just a square in the back. A green square," says Paul, a sculptor and figurative-art instructor...
  • Writers share their experiences with middle age, death, marriage and families

    The Oldest We've Ever Been: Seven True Stories of Midlife Transitions Edited by Maud Lavin University of Arizona Press, 208 pages, $15.95 paper A middle-age optimist sees the value of experience. A pessimist of the same age looks back with a sense of...
  • Henry T. Hopkins dies at 81; painter and museum director had formative role in L.A. art scene

    Henry T. Hopkins dies at 81; painter and museum director had formative role in L.A. art scene
    Henry T. Hopkins, a distinguished museum director and educator who played a leading role in establishing Los Angeles' art scene, has died. He was 81. He had suffered from a brain tumor for about eight months and died Sunday morning at Belmont Village,...