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  • Sudden money

    Sudden money
    It's everyone's dream. Winning the big jackpot that changes everything. But even if you weren't one of the winner's in last week's $380 million Mega Millions lottery, the issues that come with sudden money may still apply to you. In fact, you have many...
  • Police agency run by Chicago's new top cop faces federal inquiry

    Police agency run by Chicago's new top cop faces federal inquiry
    The U.S. Justice Department on Monday opened a civil rights probe into years of complaints about police practices in Newark, N.J., where Garry McCarthy is leaving as director to become Mayor-elect Rahm Emanuel's first police superintendent. Federal...
  • Millions of Great Lakes fish killed in power plant intakes

    Millions of Great Lakes fish killed in power plant intakes
    Despite decades of efforts to restore and protect the Great Lakes, dozens of old power plants still are allowed to kill hundreds of millions of fish each year by sucking in massive amounts of water to cool their equipment. Records obtained by the Tribune...
  • Citrus appeal

    Citrus appeal
    Once the flannel nightgown of the fruit world, citrus has a new look. Decked out in a dazzling display of sun-drenched colors, zipper skins and food toys, citrus is the new lingerie. As citrus season gets into full swing, grocery store produce aisles are...
  • "Meadowlands: A Wetlands Survival Story" by Thomas F. Yezerski

    "Meadowlands: A Wetlands Survival Story" by Thomas F. Yezerski
    "Meadowlands: A Wetlands Survival Story" By Thomas F. Yezerski Farrar Straus Giroux, $17.99, ages 5-8 Did you think of the Meadowlands only as the proper name of a sport venue? Thomas Yezerski's pleasingly presented history of this "flat, wet place in...
  • Financial guidance without conflicts of interest

    Financial guidance without conflicts of interest
    As they approach retirement age, many older adults realize they could benefit from gaining professional financial guidance. But they have little idea of where to turn for truly objective and unbiased advice in growing their assets. For an increasing...
  • "Woodrow Wilson: A Biography" By John Milton Cooper, Jr.

    "Woodrow Wilson: A Biography" By John Milton Cooper, Jr.
    "Woodrow Wilson: A Biography" By John Milton Cooper, Jr. andom House, 2009, 702 pages, $35 President Woodrow Wilson, a confidant confided in his diary shortly after World War I, "will probably go down in history as the greatest figure of his time, and I...
  • "Nemesis" by Phillip Roth

    "Nemesis" by Phillip Roth
    "Nemesis" By Philip Roth Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, $26, 304 pages It's difficult to avoid opening a review of the latest novel from Philip Roth without a remark or two about his prodigious production. He and Joyce Carol Oates appear to be neck and...
  • "Still Life: Adventures in Taxidermy" by Melissa Milgrom

    "Still Life: Adventures in Taxidermy" by Melissa Milgrom
    "Still Life: Adventures in Taxidermy" By Melissa Milgrom Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, $25, 304 pages Thank goodness Melissa Milgrom's family lived near Schwendeman's Taxidermy Studio in Milltown, New Jersey. "Everyone knew the queer little shop,”...
  • U2 mega-fans gear up for Baltimore's biggest show of the year

    U2 mega-fans gear up for Baltimore's biggest show of the year
    Don't try to convince Jason Siemer that Wednesday's U2 concert is only a rock show. He knows better. "For me, U2 is about a spiritual connection," says Siemer, 36, who runs a video production company out of his Locust Point home. "I literally cry at...
  • Taking a census of Grammy nominees, winners

    Taking a census of Grammy nominees, winners
    Who gets nominated for a Grammy? Musicians, sure. But who exactly, on paper, are they? Take Frank Sinatra. Yes, he was a singer of incredible power, and garnered deserved nods for the beauty of his tone and his mellifluous phrasing. But artistry aside,...