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  • Chicago media members name their least favorite celeb interviews of 2013

    Chicago media members name their least favorite celeb interviews of 2013
    There are few things more important to me than credibility. So when Pete Wentz told me Fall Out Boy wasn’t getting back together, only for Fall Out Boy to announce it was reuniting the same day my story ran in the Tribune and RedEye, I was furious....
  • Long wait in bitter cold, but kids get their presents

    Long wait in bitter cold, but kids get their presents
    People waited in line for as long as seven hours in wind chill readings as low as 19 degrees below zero to pick up donated toys for their children and grandchildren the morning of Christmas Eve. Academy Award-winning actress and singer Jennifer Hudson,...
  • Boy, 11, killed in South Side crash 'touched a lot of people's hearts'

    Boy, 11, killed in South Side crash 'touched a lot of people's hearts'
    Every year around the holidays, Donovan Turnage, his brother and their father went to get haircuts. The family outing gave the 11-year-old boy an opportunity to catch up with his dad, with whom he was close but never missed a chance to see. Donovan felt...
  • Chicago Tribune photo challenge

    Thanks to all of you for contributing to the Chicago Tribune Photo Challenge. With a new year upon us, we're going to take a few months off to regroup and reconfigure things. But we will be back. In the meantime, there are all kinds of ways to share...
  • Ed Duffy, 1945-2014

     Ed Duffy, 1945-2014
    Working was a multidimensional endeavor for Ed Duffy. He was a Chicago cop, deputy chief of staff under Gov. Jim Thompson, director of the Illinois Department of Public Aid, an Arlington Heights trustee, president of Arlington Park racetrack, chief...
  • Chicago Botanic Garden sets record in 2013 with over 1 million visitors

    Chicago Botanic Garden sets record in 2013 with over 1 million visitors
    More than a million people visited the Chicago Botanic Garden this year, setting a record at the 41-year-old sprawling garden in Glencoe. Attendance at one of the Chicago area's leading tourist attactions has steadily increased in recent years. In 2012,...
  • Neither rain, snow nor, in this case, online shopping ...

    Neither rain, snow nor, in this case, online shopping ...
    In recent years, mail carriers have had fewer and fewer letters to deliver. Demand has dropped so much that the U.S. Postal Service, which lost $5 billion in the 2013 fiscal year, tried to get Congress' approval to stop Saturday letter deliveries. So it...
  • Crash victim's family not informed of charges

    Crash victim's family not informed of charges
    Jorge Garcia was walking into work Sunday afternoon when a family member sent him a link to a news article. Garcia read in disbelief that a man had been charged in his mother's death, more than a year after 64-year-old Anita Garcia was fatally struck by...
  • Little Village family loses 2nd son to gunfire

     Little Village family loses 2nd son to gunfire
    After losing his older brother to gun violence five years ago, Javier Gonzalez was never the same, according to family. In the end, the 17-year-old shared the same fate as his brother Carlos when he died Friday — a day after a shooting a block...
  • Environmental groups hint at fight on Willow Road tunnel

    Environmental groups hint at fight on Willow Road tunnel
    With Winnetka officials expected to hire a firm this month to design a tunnel under Willow Road to discharge stormwater into Lake Michigan, three environmental advocacy organizations recently have expressed concerns that the $34.4 million project might...
  • Emanuel promotes Chicago in China trip

    Emanuel promotes Chicago in China trip
    Mayor Rahm Emanuel is in China to promote Chicago business opportunities on a trip paid for by the city's economic development agency. During the two-day trip that wraps up Monday, Emanuel is expected to sign an economic partnership agreement with eight...