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Let's say you're getting, or giving, a new tablet or an e-reader (iPad, Kobo, Nook or Kindle Fire) for the holidays. Here's an idea for what to do with it: Load it first with free books. Thanks to Project Gutenberg, as well as the cultural gift known as...
Mikey Welsh Former bass player with rock band Weezer Mikey Welsh, 40, the former bass player for the alternative rock band Weezer, was found dead in a Chicago hotel room Saturday, police said. Chicago police spokeswoman Laura Kubiak said employees of...
Tags: Dustin Hoffman, Movies, Paul Newman, Celebrities, Obituaries
Show TrackerClick here to download TV listings for the week of Nov. 22 - 28 in PDF format This week's TV Movies BROTHERS: Gisborne and Robin (Richard Armitage, left, Jonas Armstrong, right) work together to save their half-brother (Clive Standen, center)......
"Tom Jones" A gallery of jolly if rough-hewn rogues, wenches and aristocrats comes to roaring life in Henry Fielding's 1749 comic picaresque about a foundling who goes through hardships ranging from muggings to accidental seductions and ends up with true...
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Tribune staff reporter'Eat Feed Autumn Winter' By Anne Bramley (Stewart Tabori & Chang, $35) What it is: Anne Bramley -- a native Midwesterner, University of Chicago grad, host of the popular food-culture podcast Eat Feed (eatfeed.com), and an English lit professor with a...
Tags: University of Chicago, Recipes, Education, History, England
Special to the TribuneAlthough most human primates have a keen sense of rivalry, males between 30 and 40 exhibit an especially potent brand of jealousy. Bad decisions have taken lifetime root and stoic self-acceptance has yet to provide the cheerfully numbing effect that comes...
Did you know that the ladies of Williamsburg were not considered "handsome" in 1777? Heartbreaking, but true -- at least according to Ebenezer Hazard. He was a New York bookseller who wrote about his experience here while visiting. In a retrospective...
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