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RedEye Sound BoardWhen Susan Justice says writing her debut album “Eat Dirt” was “like therapy,” she’s not blowing smoke. The singer-songwriter, the second oldest of 10 children, grew up as part of a cult known as The Family. “Eat Dirt&...
The journalists gathering in the Tribune Tower last week weren't discussing an upcoming story or the next day’s paper -- they were talking about teaching Chicago children how to be savvy news consumers. It was part of a News Literacy Project...
Somewhere out there, a guy named Leon is also known as Big Tiny. I learned this after randomly accepting a Words With Friends game invite. I assumed I was playing a WGN viewer until my opponent messaged, "Leon, is that you?" I guess the person expected an...
WGN NewsAt a prayer service in Daley Plaza to celebrate Good Friday, Cardinal George likened the suffering of Jesus on this day to the suffering of Christians in Chicago whether it is from illness, death, financial problems, anything that causes pain. After...
Literary editorTo understand the relationship between Herman Melville's 19th century novel and this 21st century blockbuster, perhaps a cliché would be useful: "The Art of Fielding" is as much about baseball as "Moby-Dick" is about whaling. "Since the book came out, I'...
Social media is radically changing how we connect with each other both personally and professionally. To help our readers navigate these changes, the Chicago Tribune now offers social media classes for all skill levels. Our classes are held at Tribune...
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It should be good news that a giant statue of a woman rose over one of Chicago's most conspicuous public spaces this week. Chicago, a city that has almost as many statues as it has potholes, is notoriously short on statues of women. Mile after...
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Literary EditorThe perfect book for group discussion is one that's challenging but not impenetrable. It transports you to a different time and place, but is smooth enough to avoid motion sickness. It's a book that feels like there's a lot at stake.With those...
There he was outside his Chicago bungalow Wednesday, well-coiffed and determined to star in his own crazed fantasy, the Prisoner of Zenda giving us the long goodbye. Rod Blagojevich, convicted former governor of Illinois, leaves us as Gov. Dead Meat...
Join Chicago Tribune photojournalists Alex Garcia and E. Jason Wambsgans for this in-depth seminar on composing your best images. The seminar will serve as a primer on enhancing your photo content through careful in-camera framing as well as critical...
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In 2012, the Chicago Tribune will offer almost 50 classes on social media. Our classes are designed for all skill levels and interests. Each 3-hour class can be purchased individually. You can also purchase a package of three classes at a reduced cost....
Tags: Television, Social Media, Conservation, YouTube, Culture
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