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For those who have followed the success of columnist Mary Schmich this year, here’s a glimpse inside the newsroom and a look at the finishing touches placed on her Pulitzer plaque. Earlier this year, Mary won the Pulitzer Prize for commentary....
The Indiana University School of Journalism will honor 10 former students this weekend with its Distinguished Alumni Awards, including Chicago Tribune Editor Gerould Kern, who is a graduate of the Class of 1971. Since becoming editor in 2008, Gerry...
Every now and then I make a list of things I've liked lately. Here's a back-to-school edition. 1. "Boss" According to the ratings, you're not likely to have watched this great show starring Kelsey Grammer as Chicago's brilliantly diabolical mayor. I...
Hello. My name is Mary. Allow me to humanize myself. I was born on a steamy summer day in a bulrush basket underneath the bleachers of Wrigley Field. Shortly before my birth, my hardworking father passed away, and my mom was left alone to support us...
Our new Printers Row Journal Book of the Month selection is "This Is How You Lose Her" by Junot Díaz, due out Sept. 11. For the fans of his 2008 Pulitzer Prize-winning "The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao," it has been a long wait. Díaz established...
Change of SubjectIs it beginning to feel a lot like Christmas? No, it is not. Even those of us in the cast of Songs of Good Cheer, the winter holiday sing-along parties at the Old Town School of Folk Music aren’t yet......
Brazen CareeristBrazen Careerist Are your hopeful inquiries to job posts going unanswered? Are you struggling to keep motivated after a bunch of rejection emails (if you're lucky enough to even receive acknowledgment that you exist)? Are you finding it borderline...
Special to Tribune NewspapersThe oversized invitation for the opening of Ian Schrager's newest hotel, Public Chicago, stated "no jacket required and dress knockout." And even though the party was intended to be a celebration of the hotel, formerly the Ambassador East, it also...
Last month, Mary Schmich won the 2012 Pulitzer Prize for Commentary. On Monday, she shared lunch with her editors and other Pulitzer winners in New York. Here's a recap of the day she found out she'd won. Here's a link to her work. And here's one more...
The Chicago Tribune newsroom, like many around the country, was hitting refresh buttons Monday afternoon when columnist Mary Schmich won the Pulitzer Prize for Commentary. There was applause and cheering for Mary, and for our colleagues Gary Marx and...
5 - 6 a.m. The Satursday Morning Show with Orion Samuelson and Max Armstrong 5:05 a.m. The impact of the balmy, snow-less winter is beginning to be felt in the Chicago grain market. Max discusses it with market analyst Brian Basting of Advance...
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