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Change of SubjectI had no idea when I wrote this that the Tribune would have four top-three finalists in the Pulitzer Prize competition this year: Breaking News Reporting--Staff of Chicago Tribune For its coverage of the deaths of two Chicago firefighters who......
Change of SubjectHere's a great new Christmas song with an ancient feel from the group Low. I learned of it through Mary Schmich who learned of it through Greg Kot. Enjoy:...
Change of SubjectThere's sadness about stopping, but no regret and no ambivalence. It came to me really clearly that I was done. â¦ I don't think the character is dead. But the comic strip in this form is....Tribune columnist Mary Schmich in......
Change of SubjectMary Schmich and I will be honored to join with faculty and students from the Old Town School of Folk Music for this week's Caroling at Cloud Gate, Friday at 6 p.m. in Millennium Park at the sculpture commonly know......
Change of SubjectUnder old business today, a final report on the âO Come, O Come Emmanuelâ song parody contest held this year in conjunction with last months boffo, sold-out âSongs of Good Cheerâ concerts at the Old Town School of Folk Music.......
Change of SubjectIn a news release, the Washington Post announces it will begin delivering feature sections on Saturday to give busy readers more time to enjoy their Sunday paper....(many feature) sections, along with Travel and in-depth local stories in the Washington...
I have seen a couple of little girls walk from a roller coaster at Navy Pier's Winter Wonderfest dizzy with delight; had a man on Michigan Avenue call me a "------ Scrooge" when I refused to give him "$42 dollars so I can have train fare to visit my...
Change of SubjectMary Schmich and I will be on WGN AM 720 with John Williams at 11 a.m. today. Shortly thereafter, then, I'll be part of this chat show at Vocalo.org: Today on the Lunchbox, we bring in a respected (semi) group......
Chicago Tribune Staff WriterThe moment it became clear that I was on the verge of a full-blown case of the disease, I was gazing at an ATM keypad. Was it the relentless media coverage of H1N1? Was it those TV commercials that make germs look like hairy rodents? Whatever the...
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Change of SubjectI have friends whose mothers died young and others whose mothers died suddenly but many more whose mothers leave this way, fading and flaring through old age, like the last shred of wick....Mary Schmich, writing today about caring for her......
Change of SubjectConnected to Chicago (WLS AM 890) Host Bill Cameron with Dane Placo of Fox 32 Chicago, Mary Ann Ahern of NBC 5, Greg Hinz of Crain's Chicago Business and Ray Long of the Chicago Tribune. (mp3 link) Chicago Tonight, The......
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