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  • 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....
  • Where you can find the Redeye Geek at C2E2!

    Where you can find the Redeye Geek at C2E2!
    Starting on Friday, April 13, 2012, the Chicago Comic and Entertainment Expo (C2E2) will be kicking off at McCormick Place. There will be celebrity guests, movie and television stars, and superstars from the word of comic books in attendance. Of course,...
  • RuPaul dishes on new season of 'Drag Race'

    RuPaul dishes on new season of 'Drag Race'
    Rarely has this reporter been so unable to contain her unbridled glee at interviewing a celebrity. I told everyone who would sit still long enough about this interview. I sweated the questions, mumbling to myself, "Shut up, Georgia, that one is so stupid....
  • Left to their own unnerving devices

    Left to their own unnerving devices
    Capable ensembles of early-career actors aren't uncommon in Chicago's huge, non-Equity theater scene — increasingly the preferred theatrical destination for the well-trained and only just out of school. These days, open-minded, risk-inclined...
  • Jeffrey Zaslow dies at 53; Wall Street Journal reporter, author

    Jeffrey Zaslow dies at 53; Wall Street Journal reporter, author
    Jeffrey Zaslow, a Wall Street Journal reporter with a flair for inspirational stories who produced three nonfiction bestsellers, beginning with the 2008 book "The Last Lecture" about life lessons from a dying man, was killed in a car crash Friday. He...
  • Jeffrey Zaslow, best-selling author, killed in car crash

    Jeffrey Zaslow, best-selling author, killed in car crash
    Author Jeffrey Zaslow, a former Orlando Sentinel journalist, was killed in a car accident Friday morning, Detroit's WJBK-TV has reported. Zaslow's wife, Sherry Margolis, is a newswoman at the station. Zaslow was the co-author, with Randy Pausch, of the...
  • 'The Last Lecture' co-author Jeffrey Zaslow, 53, dies in car crash

    Author Jeffrey Zaslow, who was scheduled to be among the authors at the Broward Public Library Foundation’s Literary Feast fundraising event March 2-5, was killed in a car accident Friday morning in Detroit. He was 53. Zaslow, a former Orlando...
  • Santorum: The personal isn't always political

    Santorum: The personal isn't always political
    Recently some readers complained about my characterization of Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum as a "weird, pious wackadoo," charging bias against religious conservatives. Obviously they didn't realize that when it comes to mockery, I'm...
  • Tips on helping your preteen to stay ahead with mathematics

    Tips on helping your preteen to stay ahead with mathematics
    Preteens are famous for being fashionistas and for shopping up a storm. Children’s buying power is calculated to be $1 trillion. Boys and girls are not setting records, however, for their achievements in math and science. In the most recent...