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  • Brittany Maynard ends her life using Oregon's assisted-suicide law

    Brittany Maynard ends her life using Oregon's assisted-suicide law
    Brittany Maynard, a 29-year-old woman suffering from brain cancer who became an advocate for terminally ill patients who want to end their own lives, has died using Oregon's doctor-assisted suicide law, an advocacy group said Sunday. Maynard "passed...
  • Architectural photography at One World Trade Center

    Architectural photography at One World Trade Center
    Last week, I traveled to New York with Tribune architecture critic Blair Kamin to photograph his review of the new One World Trade Center building in Lower Manhattan. The trip took me around the building from near and far and all the way to the top...
  • Problems arise with Willowbrook village hall renovations

     Problems arise with Willowbrook village hall renovations
    Construction problems will delay until early next year a move into a renovated Village Hall, Willowbrook officials said. "It's often typical for this to happen when you're renovating an existing building," Village Administrator Tim Halik said. "It was...
  • Developer: high density can equal smart growth

    Developer: high density can equal smart growth
    During the debate over the proposed apartment complex called The Princeton at College Park, opponents warned that it would create a green light for the construction of new apartment buildings all across the city, potentially ruining what people love about...
  • Theatre Downtown insists the show will go on

    Theatre Downtown insists the show will go on
    Frank Hilgenberg is excited about “Killer Joe,” the new play that just opened at Theatre Downtown, the theater that’s been producing plays on Orange Avenue for 25 years. “It’s an incredibly powerful piece,” said...
  • Blotter: Armed robbery at bank in Skokie

    Blotter: Armed robbery at bank in Skokie
    The following items were taken from Skokie police reports: An armed robbery was reported at PNC Bank, 5033 Dempster St., around 2:12 p.m. on Oct. 7. A female walked up to a teller and demanded money. She implied that she had a weapon but it was not...
  • Building height on ballot in Clarendon Hills

    Building height on ballot in Clarendon Hills
    Whether voters think reducing building height in downtown Clarendon Hills will preserve the district's charm and vitality or hamper its economic possibilities is partially the focus of an advisory referendum question that will be posed to them in...
  • Blotter: Two reports of young girls being followed by a man in La Grange

    Blotter: Two reports of young girls being followed by a man in La Grange
    The following items were collected from reports released by the La Grange Police Department. Two unrelated incidents of a suspicious man following girls were reported. On Nov. 9, several girls were walking near the intersection of Ashland and Harris...
  • Blotter: Man mugged, beaten while walking in Skokie

    Blotter: Man mugged, beaten while walking in Skokie
    The following items were taken from Skokie police reports: An unknown man took numerous bottles of alcohol from Jewel Osco, 9449 Skokie Blvd., around 10:55 a.m. on Oct. 14. Identity theft was reported in the 5200 block of Galitz Street around 11:52 p....
  • The Bidens are not like us

    The Bidens are not like us
    Everything you need to know about Beltway nepotism, corporate cronyism and corruption can be found in the biography of Robert Hunter Biden. Where are the Occupy Wall Street rabble-rousers and enemies of elitist privilege when you need them? Straining...
  • Elizabeth Warren: Big donors win in Washington

    Elizabeth Warren: Big donors win in Washington
    There have been terrible, horrible, no good, very bad election days for Democrats before and Republicans have had a few of those, too. Such days are always followed by plenty of pronouncements about what just changed and what's going to be different going...