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Mother's Day

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Top Mother's Day Articles

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  • George Clooney, Amal Alamuddin toast to engagement in Malibu

    George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin have already started the celebrations. "The Monuments Men" actor/director and his new fiancee toasted to their engagement with a party at Cafe Habana in Malibu on Sunday, according to several reports. The longtime...
  • TV ratings: 'Rosemary's Baby' soft; 'Once Upon A Time' finale steady

    TV ratings: 'Rosemary's Baby' soft; 'Once Upon A Time' finale steady
    NBC had trouble birthing its remake of the horror classic "Rosemary's Baby" on Mother's Day, while the season finale of "Once Upon a Time" propelled ABC to a ratings victory.  According to early numbers from Nielsen, the first installment of the two-...
  • Grandmother of slain boy, 15: 'He went just like his father'

    Grandmother of slain boy, 15: 'He went just like his father'
    The grandmother of a 15-year-old boy slain in the West Pullman neighborhood on Mother’s Day said her grandson died just like his father four years ago: gunned down on a Chicago street. “He went just like his father. He got shot twice,”...
  • Mother of victim in Dixmoor Five case: We don't have closure

    Mother of victim in Dixmoor Five case: We don't have closure
    Cateresa Matthews' murder haunts her mother to this day. It's been more than two decades, and the killer hasn't been brought to justice. Fourteen-year-old Cateresa was raped and murdered in 1991. Last week, authorities announced they were re-opening the...
  • Cecy Rodgers Szuba, program director at Chicago Club, 1942-2014

     Cecy Rodgers Szuba, program director at Chicago Club, 1942-2014
    For more than two decades, Cecy Rodgers Szuba was the smiling face meeting and greeting members at the Chicago Club, one of the city's oldest business and social clubs. As program director for the club, which overlooks Grant Park and Buckingham...
  • Gardens are silent witness to the gardener's life [Commentary]

    Gardens are silent witness to the gardener's life [Commentary]
    Every summer about this time, I spend a couple of days touring private gardens. And I get paid to do it. I am one of the judges of The Sun's annual Garden Contest, and it might be the best part of my job. We receive between 30 and 60 entries each year,...
  • Charges in fatal shooting of woman 2 days before Mother's Day

    Charges in fatal shooting of woman 2 days before Mother's Day
    Charges have been filed in the shooting death of a Southwest Side mother of three just two days before Mother's Day, police said. Johnny Reese, 23, of the 11400 block of South Union Avenue, is charged with first-degree murder, murder while in the...
  • Marie Parsons EllisMarch 1, 1919 - May 14, 2014

    Marie Parsons Ellis<br/>March 1, 1919 - May 14, 2014
    Marie Parsons Ellis, a 70 year resident of Burbank, died peacefully in her home on May 14, 2014, at the age of 95 with her friend Violet Mahoney at her side.  She was much loved and admired by her family, and will be dearly missed by all of us and by...
  • Just where is her husband's home?

    He handed me his smartphone so I could wish my mother-in-law a happy Mother's Day. There it was, in large print on the screen, the identity of the place my husband, Ron, had telephoned. "Home." Calm down, don't make a scene. It's Mother's Day, I...
  • Fatherhood a game-changer for 3 of area's biggest stars

    Fatherhood a game-changer for 3 of area's biggest stars
    Ravens receiver Torrey Smith still has trouble getting his arms around the moment when his new son was placed in them two months ago. "Words really can't describe it," he said. "It's really a miracle. I've heard people say it, but I never really...
  • Crofton's Kyle Beckerman had long set the World Cup as his destination

    Crofton's Kyle Beckerman had long set the World Cup as his destination
    As a kid, Kyle Beckerman always had his eye on the goal. He painted pictures of U.S. soccer stars, wowed classmates at Crofton Woods Elementary with his command of a soccer ball and even tagged his adolescent signature: "USA #15." Attending the World...