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  • Note to readers

    Beginning this week, the content that had appeared in the Sunrise section will be relocated to other sections, in print and online: - Puzzles, comics, Ask Amy and TV listings will move to the sports section. - A directory of movie theaters will...
  • 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....
  • Green with envy over 'Fifty Shades of Gray'

    While you were sleeping -- or having wild, passionate sex -- publishing history was being made. This week, a trilogy of "mommy porn" hit the $20 million sales mark in the United States, surpassing records set by both "The Da Vinci Code" and "Harry Potter....
  • The new old Marconi's salad at Capital Grille doesn't disappoint

    The new old Marconi's salad at Capital Grille doesn't disappoint
    Peggy Thalheimer remembers the first time she went to Maison Marconi's. It was 1973, and she had just moved to Charm City. "My husband told me he was going to take me to the best restaurant in Baltimore," said Thalheimer, who acknowledged that the...
  • Hell yeah/Hell no: Is it appropriate to light a bag on fire if it's taking up a CTA seat?

    Hell yeah/Hell no: Is it appropriate to light a bag on fire if it's taking up a CTA seat?
    Welcome to Hell yeah/Hell no, RedEye's regular column in which we answer your questions about etiquette in Chicago and how to not be an asshole, in general. *Jessica is not a professional etiquette expert, nor is she that great of a human being, to be...
  • Garrison Keillor, living and aging in Lake Wobegon

    Garrison Keillor, living and aging in Lake Wobegon
    Garrison Keillor spoke from the kitchen of his home in New York — he has another residence in St. Paul, Minn. — and said that he could see from his window the high buildings of the city. But his thoughts, he promised, were back in the middle...
  • Rick Santorum talks gay marriage, movie-making with Stephen Colbert

    Former senator and sweater-vest enthusiast Rick Santorum stopped by "The Colbert Report" on Tuesday night where he and fellow Catholic Stephen Colbert discussed the Republican's foray into wholesome movie-making with "The Christmas Candle" and his plans...
  • He had the moves like Jagger, not to mention Hershey kisses

    He had the moves like Jagger, not to mention Hershey kisses
    When people ask us, "How did you meet?" we pause while we try to gauge just how much interest the person has in our story. If she's being polite, she'll get the short version: "We met through friends after college." But here's the real story: Part 1:...
  • Shinn's 'Teddy Ferrara' stuck on campus

    Shinn's 'Teddy Ferrara' stuck on campus
    One of the problems with plays dominated by collegiate sexuality — and there is no shortage of graphic undergraduate sex in Christopher Shinn's “Teddy Ferrara” — is that if you are a few years removed from that particular time of...
  • Tweener book sequels: A wimpy kid returns, along with other book characters

    Greg Heffley, Big Nate, Nikki Maxwell and other tween book characters are back. -------------------- Captain Underpants and the Terrifying Return of Tippy Tinkletrousers By Dav Pilkey Scholastic, 304 pp.: $9.99, for ages 7 and up Elementary school...
  • Pauline Friedman Phillips dies at 94; original 'Dear Abby'

    Pauline Friedman Phillips dies at 94; original 'Dear Abby'
    Dear Abby: "What would you do with a man who refuses to use a deodorant, seldom bathes, and doesn't even own a toothbrush?" "Absolutely nothing," she replied. The wry answer from Abigail Van Buren — the pen name of Pauline Friedman Phillips...