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Mark Caro

Mark Caro is a former Chicago Tribune entertainment reporter who wroteabout movies, music, food and the local arts scene. Afterjoining the staff in 1992, he covered Chicago Symphony Orchestra European tours, the Oscars, film and music festivals, and a presidential campaign. Major projects include a three-part series on the late renowned chef Charlie Trotter. His book “The Foie Gras Wars” (Simon & Schuster) won the 2009 Great Lakes Book Award for general nonfiction.
Chef Homaro Cantu, owner of Moto, found dead in Chicago

Homaro Cantu, whose creative blending of science and fine dining garnered international acclaim for his Chicago restaurant Moto, was found dead Tuesday.

Harold Ramis dies at 69; writer, director of successful film comedies

Ramis had writing credits on such enduring movie comedies as 'National Lampoon's Animal House,' 'Stripes' and 'Ghostbusters,' the 1984 hit in which he co-starred as a doctor of parapsychology.

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