If you attended one of our Trib Nation Events in 2012, thank you. Our newsroom is proud to count live events among the many ways we share Chicago’s stories and the Tribune’s journalism.
The highlights of this year’s 100 events included a Chicago Forward discussion with Gov. Patrick Quinn and Mayor Rahm Emanuel, a Press Pass evening with Greg Kot and David Byrne and a special Printers Row event honoring Literary Prize winner Elie Wiesel. In between were dozens of author events, personal enrichment programs, social media classes and more.
On Sunday, we’ll announce our Trib Nation Events schedule of programming through Spring 2013. With your Sunday Tribune, you’ll receive an Events Catalog so you can start planning for the new year.
Just as the Tribune does each day, we offer a little something for everyone. John Kass will kick off the year with a “Breakfast and Politics” event on Jan. 15, Smashing Pumpkins frontman Billy Corgan will return to the Chicago Live! stage on Feb. 14, author Jamaica Kincaid joins us Feb. 21 and a new “Current Events” TribU class will offer an exciting forum for learning how to navigate a world of information overload.
That’s just a taste of what’s on tap. Watch for the Events Catalog on Sunday. And turn to tribnation.com/events each day for event updates and ticket information.
We hope to see you in the new year.
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