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  • Reader-author bond strengthens Lit Fest

    Reader-author bond strengthens Lit Fest
    In 1985, Chicago's tempo was changing. Both politically and culturally, the city on the make was on the move. Harold Washington, marking two years in office, was weathering the intense difficulties that came with being the city's first African-...
  • Chicago aldermen resist reducing their hiring power

    Chicago aldermen resist reducing their hiring power
    Although Mayor Rahm Emanuel has agreed to close a loophole that for decades allowed city employees fired for misconduct to get hired at other government agencies, aldermen have refused to go along when it comes to the hundreds of jobs they control,...
  • Obit: Sanford R. Blum, started Blum Animal Hospital in Lakeview

    Obit: Sanford R. Blum, started Blum Animal Hospital in Lakeview
    Dr. Sanford R. Blum started the Blum Animal Hospital in 1951 in Lakeview and in the decades that followed made it one of the premier pet care facilities in the Chicago area. "He always told me, 'Every time you go into the exam room, put yourself in...
  • Kai Heinecken, AD, coach and teacher, 1966-2014

     Kai Heinecken, AD, coach and teacher, 1966-2014
    Kai Heinecken spent his entire 19-year teaching career at Kelvyn Park High School on the Northwest Side, where he was athletic director, coached several sports and taught physical education and driver's education. "He liked working with kids and felt he...
  • Chief Keef evicted from Highland Park home

    Chief Keef evicted from Highland Park home
    Chief Keef’s Instagram site tells the story: “Lookin For Houses.” The South Side rapper, whose legal name is Keith Cozart, was evicted Tuesday from his rented mansion in Highland Park, police said. It’s the latest in a long...
  • Printers Row Lit Fest: The family guide

    Printers Row Lit Fest: The family guide
    This weekend marks the 30-year anniversary of the Printers Row Lit Fest, and there’s no shortage of family-friendly literary fun, with more than 30 events for kids, teens and parents. And those are just the scheduled events. At Just Kidding Park,...
  • William Luking, 1947-2014

    If appearances mattered in the sport of politics and government, few would realize how significant a player the diminutive and often disheveled-looking Bill Luking was for the history of Chicago and Illinois. William H. Luking, a longtime lobbyist for...
  • Film festival gala honors Kevin Kline

     Film festival gala honors Kevin Kline
    Academy Award-winning actor Kevin Kline received the Career Achievement Award on June 28 at the 50th Chicago International Film Festival Summer Gala at the Four Seasons Hotel. More than 300 film lovers, friends and supporters enjoyed a lavish reception,...
  • Payton's Schultz finishes accomplished volleyball career; Lincoln-Way East advances to semifinals

    Payton's Earl Schultz was the best player on the court during his team's quarterfinal match with Warren, which is nothing new. Schultz, one of the better players Chicago Public Schools has produced, led Payton to three city and three sectional titles...
  • CTA bus ridership continues to fall

    CTA bus ridership continues to fall
    For 17 straight months, CTA bus ridership has declined compared with the previous year, a trend that the CTA calls "complicated." The agency has recorded bus ridership losses compared with the previous year every month from December 2012 to April 2014,...
  • Editorial: Stubborn aldermen besmirch a victory moment for Chicago

    Editorial: Stubborn aldermen besmirch a victory moment for Chicago
    "Cultural change is hard. Elements of patronage undoubtedly remain in city government. We have never expected that this litigation would produce a perfect non-political employment system." — Attorney Michael Shakman testifying Monday, some 45...