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  • And kindly do Miss Manners the favor of getting off her lawn

     
    Can people please stop telling us how stuffed they are? It’s a revolting image.... Judith Martin, Miss Manners, telling us how to behave at Thanksgiving....
  • Playground exclusion has mom worried

    Playground exclusion has mom worried
    DEAR AMY: My neighbor has two sons who are the same age as my son. They used to play together. Recently, these neighbor boys and another pair of boys from the neighborhood decided that my son was hanging around too much. Their moms have given them...
  • Ask Amy

    Ask Amy
  • "Dear Tabby" By Carolyn Crimi

    "Dear Tabby" By Carolyn Crimi
    "Dear Tabby" By Carolyn Crimi, illustrated by David Roberts HarperCollins, $16.99, ages 5-8 This picture book will work best for 5- and 6-year-olds when read aloud, preferably by an adult who will act out the different voices and tones from this feline...
  • Taking a taste of history

    Taking a taste of history
    Chris Kimball is a busy man. Since 2001 he has hosted "America's Test Kitchen" on PBS while holding down his editorial duties with Cook's Illustrated and Cook's Country magazines. If that sounds like a couple of full-time jobs, it is. So where on...
  • A farewell to Good Eating, The Stew and you

    A farewell to Good Eating, The Stew and you
    It's time to hang up the whisks. After 40 years in the newspaper business — 34 of them with the Chicago Tribune as a food writer and editor — I will be retiring April 1. It has been a 40-year feast, to say the least. In 1973, when I started...
  • Hundreds Turnout, Tempers Flare For Elaine's Last Call

    Hundreds Turnout, Tempers Flare For Elaine's Last Call
    Verbal clashes inside, fistfights outside, and toasts to the legendary saloon keeper marked the closing night at Elaine's. The landmark upper Eastside saloon closed its doors for the last time early Thursday morning. Hundreds of longtime regulars...
  • In The Pipeline: A clean bill of health for neighborhood

    In The Pipeline: A clean bill of health for neighborhood
    Several weeks ago, I wrote about Machelle Murray, a local mom who is struggling to find answers about her insurance coverage as she battles cancer. The column prompted an outpouring of advice, support and even money for Murray. It also brought several...
  • Workers need help with elder care

    Workers need help with elder care
    About 1 in 6 workers has elder care responsibilities of some kind, and given longer life expectancies, that share is likely to grow. Workplaces have spent a lot more effort responding to employees' child care rather than elder care needs, but...
  • 'Bully' review: Increased awareness is only the beginning

    'Bully' review: Increased awareness is only the beginning
    **1/2 (out of four) Few understand Sartre’s “Hell is other people” line like kids who find themselves on the wrong end of bullies’ aggression. I know what it’s like. You know what it’s like. If you went to junior high,...
  • Dan Savage's MTV sex advice show pushes conservatives' crazy button

    Dan Savage's MTV sex advice show pushes conservatives' crazy button
    In reviewing "Savage U,"  MTV's  sex advice show featuring Dan Savage, I predicted that it was going to be a culture-wars lightning rod at some point. The show debuted with an episode set at the University of Maryland April 3. Well, it didn't take long....