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  • Oak Park man charged with taking video up woman's skirt

    Oak Park man charged with taking video up woman's skirt
    A former college volleyball coach with a history of covertly taking video up women's skirts is facing a new charge, this time for allegedly following a suburban Whole Foods shopper last year and using a camera attached to his shoe to record footage of her...
  • CTA releases list of buildings needed to be razed for Belmont overpass

    CTA releases list of buildings needed to be razed for Belmont overpass
    The CTA has released the list of nearly 20 buildings in the Lakeview neighborhood it says must be torn down as part of a $320 million project to build an elevated bypass and untangle trains on the Red, Purple and Brown lines. Many of the buildings are...
  • For valedictorian, an emotional culmination to hard-won education

    For valedictorian, an emotional culmination to hard-won education
    Brittney Bratton made it only partway through rehearsing her high school graduation speech before she had to stop. "Stay strong," called Danita Allen, school counselor at Youth Connection Leadership Academy as Bratton tried to collect herself. "If...
  • Drawing insight into Google's Doodles

    Drawing insight into Google's Doodles
    SAN FRANCISCO — Google.com is the most visited online front door in the United States. According to Alexa, a longtime Internet statistics firm, it is also the second most visited home page in the world behind Facebook.com; roughly 40 percent of...
  • Greener gestures: A sustainable home that's meant to last

    Greener gestures: A sustainable home that's meant to last
    What does 'green' really mean? In corporate America, it's definitive and quantifiable, such as Patagonia's $20 million green venture capital fund or Cisco's stringent greenhouse gas reduction goals, which just landed it on the prestigious annual Global...
  • Meet Patrick Kane's mullet barber

    Meet Patrick Kane's mullet barber
    Walk past a row of four shoe-shining chairs raised on a wooden stage. Take a right. Front and center, a fireplace flickers. A leather ottoman sits next to it, shelving everything from Playboy, Fortune and Sports Illustrated magazines. Within an arm&...
  • Create safe learning environments

    I run a non-profit called Do Your P'Art Foundation that brings kids from all over Chicago and the suburbs together through school partnerships and field trips. We work with about 1,000 students a year and keep growing. The program’s purpose is to...
  • Thomas Dyja's 'The Third Coast' awarded nonfiction Heartland Prize

    Thomas Dyja's 'The Third Coast' awarded nonfiction Heartland Prize
    In awarding the 2013 Heartland Prize for Nonfiction to "The Third Coast: When Chicago Built the American Dream" by Thomas Dyja, the Tribune celebrates an important cultural history of mid-20th century Chicago. This stylishly written and deeply...
  • Local student competes at Seafarer Chapter's Association

    Calvert Hall junior Sean Nelan of Baldwin and three classmates were the highest ranking high school team at the Seafarer Chapter's Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International competition held at Webster Field in St. Iningoes from June 19 to 22....
  • Varied fare at fairgrounds: German fest, Hidden Peak Cat Club show [Timonium]

    Baltimore's best kept secret is its German heritage and it awaits you at the 113th annual German Festival being held at the Timonium Fairgrounds on Saturday, July 27. 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Sunday, July 28t, 11:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Enjoy the music of...
  • Antarctic snow cruiser's arduous journey

    Antarctic snow cruiser's arduous journey
    The giant Muon g-2 electromagnet that inched its way through the Chicago area last week wasn't the first scientific marvel to snarl traffic even as it excited imaginations. Rear Adm. Richard Byrd's massive Antarctic snow cruiser made nearly the...