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Steve Chapman

Steve Chapman
Steve Chapman is a columnist and editorial writer for the Chicago Tribune. His twice-a-week column on national and international affairs, distributed by Creators Syndicate, appears in some 50 papers across the country.

Chapman has been a member of the Tribune editorial board since 1981. He came to the Tribune from The New Republic magazine, where he was an associate editor. He has contributed articles to several national magazines, including Slate, The American Spectator, The Weekly Standard, Reason, and National Review. He has appeared on numerous TV and radio news programs, include The CBS Evening News, NBC Nightly News, The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer, and National Public Radio's Fr...
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Steve Chapman is a columnist and editorial writer for the Chicago Tribune. His twice-a-week column on national and international affairs, distributed by Creators Syndicate, appears in some 50 papers across the country.

Chapman has been a member of the Tribune editorial board since 1981. He came to the Tribune from The New Republic magazine, where he was an associate editor. He has contributed articles to several national magazines, including Slate, The American Spectator, The Weekly Standard, Reason, and National Review. He has appeared on numerous TV and radio news programs, include The CBS Evening News, NBC Nightly News, The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer, and National Public Radio's Fresh Air, Talk of the Nation and On Point.

Born in Brady, Texas in 1954, Chapman grew up in Midland and Austin. He attended Harvard University, where he was on the staff of The Harvard Crimson, and graduated with honors in 1976. He has been a fellow at the American Academy in Berlin and the Hoover Institution at Stanford University, and has served on the Visiting Committee of the University of Chicago Law School.

Chapman, who is married, has two sons, a daughter, and three stepsons. He lives in the suburbs of Chicago.
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  • Toomey Hopes Cooler Heads Will Prevail On Government Shutdown.

     
    Now Optimist ... ... and U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey are not ordinarily words that we'd think would naturally occur in the same sentence. But "Practical"? Definitely. "Sober?" Absolutely. We're even willing to throw in a "level-headed" just for good measure........
  • McKenna, Erelli light up Listen Live Music

     
    Poised and confident, Lori McKenna played as the headliner at Listen Live Music in Zionsville on Saturday night. And if her name sounds familiar, it's for good reason. The Massachusetts native has been a star since she was in her......
  • File Under "Ironic Timing."

     
    Fresh From The Capitol Ideas In-Box: This'll be great -- assuming that there's still higher education in Pennsylvania by June 30. "ALLENTOWN – Rep. Doug Reichley (R-Berks/Lehigh) and Rep. Justin Simmons (R-Lehigh/Northampton) will host a College...
  • Here's how 'X Factor' auditions were same as, different from 'American Idol's'

     
    Lines of contestants waiting to go into the Prudential Center arena in Newark, N.J. on Thursday Photos by Donna Fisher/The Morning Call NEWARK, N.J. -- There were long lines of contestants – actually masses of contestants – at the Prudential.....
  • Thursday Morning Coffee: Budget Deal Imminent?

     
    Good Thursday Morning, Fellow Seekers. We have returned this morning from our tropical idyll on Isla de Capitol Ideas to find that an agreement on the 2011-12 state budget could be reached as soon as today. Our friends at Capitolwire......
  • Speaking with Stacey Earle: Country-folk maven talks of split, reconcillation (musically) from husband

     
    Virtually from the start of her career, country-folk singer Stacey Earle has performed with husband Mark Stuart after they met at a songwriter’s night in 1991 — recording four discs and playing 170 shows a year. So imagine the surprise......
  • Lehigh Valley Music Awards now taking nominations

     
    Nominations for the 13th annual Lehigh Valley Music Awards are under way and will end Aug. 29. Nominations are being taken in 38 fan categories (five more than last year) and 30 industry awards (six more than last year). Nomination......
  • New Sands Events Center will give Valley venue of every size. Now book shows!

     
    The interior of the planned Sands Events Center, which will open in May. By May, a new events center at The Sands Casino Resort in Bethlehem that will have a capacity of up to 3,500 for standing shows will give......
  • Lehigh Valley Music Awards gets record number of nominations

     
    For the third year in a row, Lehigh Valley Music Awards had a record number of nominations, with 3,775 nods for artists and industry people in 68 categories. That’s an increase of more than 10 percent over the 3,418 nominations......
  • 20 Lehigh Valley concerts we're looking forward to (and a couple of others)

     
    I recently wrote about some upcoming shows at Musikfest Café at SteelStacks that seem to be broadening the scope of acts that play there, including teen band Hot Chelle Rae, which this summer had the big hit “Tonight, Tonight.” Mat......
  • Top 5 Concerts of the Coming Week

     
    1. POPPED! FESTIVAL In its fourth year, Philadelphia’s Popped! Music Festival has become a two-day, three-stage event that includes nearly 40 of the top rising acts in indie-rock, hip-hop, electronic dance and more. Foster The People Friday will...