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Top of the TicketBut will Obama's ally get the 50% necessary to avoid an April runoff?...
Architecture CriticBefore we turn to an assessment of Aqua, a new residential skyscraper in Chicago, permit me a quick (and relevant!) detour to a sidewalk news conference in Lower Manhattan, held recently at the foot of the under-construction Beekman Tower. We join the...
When using visual effects to give a movie like "Leatherheads" a period feel, one fumble and it's all over. We're not talking alien robots, explosions or otherworldly creatures here; these effects have to take audiences back to a real time and place. So...
Times Staff WriterADMIRE the Chicago skyline on a five-day architecture history tour with the Oceanside Museum of Art. The tour, which begins Sept. 22, will visit the Art Institute of Chicago and Oak Park, Ill., site of the home and studio of architect Frank Lloyd Wright,...
High school players used to pick Northwestern because the alternative was Ivy League football or maybe a Mid-American Conference school. Oh, how times have changed. Offensive lineman Tommy Doles chose Northwestern over home-state Michigan. Receiver/...
NV Penthouse Lounge is a great place to enjoy the Chicago skyline, but some chilly nights call for a more intimate, subterranean space. That's when you head downstairs to Prohibit, NV's recently opened sibling lounge, for some candlelit conversation....
For Spiros Argiris and Gus Sellis, the story of their lives is written on the walls. Argiris points around the room at the Valois Cafeteria's murals: the Museum of Science and Industry, Hyde Park Bank, the South Side lakeshore. Then he points to the...
Boy, Trib Nation had a few things to say about DePaul Professor Rachel Shteir's Sunday Book Review article on Chicago, drawn from three books written by people from here, and which appeared this week in The New York Times. She reviewed "Golden," by...
If Robert Smith has his way, he one day soon will leave Simeon and the program that changed his life and the Chicago basketball scene. For what he hopes is seven more games, the program is still his. The 41-year-old coach of five state championship...
Tags: Basketball, Robert Gates, Jesse White, Sports, Derrick Rose
Penthouses are increasingly defining the Chicago skyline as developers tap into a niche market for luxury residential properties and savvy buyers and renters see an opportunity to elevate their lifestyles. Buyers pay a premium for those lofty perches,...
Last Tuesday Tara Stamps gave her students at Jenner Academy of the Arts an assignment, to write a letter home. The letter would be a good writing exercise. Could they marshal facts? Find their own voice? Spell and punctuate? It would also serve...
A $6 million gift to Northwestern University's Bienen School of Music will go toward the school's $117 million, 152,000-square foot Music and Communication Building, which is under construction on the Evanston lakefront and scheduled to open in fall 2015....
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