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Jacket CopyMaurice Sendak, the children's book illustrator and author whose unsentimental approach to storytelling revolutionized the genre and whose best-known tale was the dark fantasy “Where the Wild Things Are,” has died. He was 83. Sendak, who...
You hear Gore Vidal long before you see him, the steady tap-swish-tap of foot and cane on an upstairs landing in his sunny Spanish Colonial house in the Hollywood Hills; then there's the slow whir of a mechanical chairlift carrying the novelist-essayist-...
Tags: Charles Laughton, Theft, U.S. Army, Joanne Woodward, Literature
VarietyWhy, in the name of Honey Boo Boo, is cable television still alive and well? Now that the four biggest publicly traded MSOs have reported first quarter earnings, their stocks are up across the board. Based on May 14 closing prices, Comcast shares are 45%...
Liz Smith"Journalists ... know perfectly well that it is almost impossible to consider their activities for any period of time without laughing out loud." -- Alexander Cockburn LIZA MINNELLI is the latest big star to step forward and support the NOH8 Campaign....
SportsTalkQuarterback Club members (from left) Mark Lechmanik, Rob Stewart, Scott Sautter and Gary Uzelac (right) are all from the 1978-82 era of Lafayette football, as was the guy who took the photo, Hal Hocking. They reunited at last Saturday's Maroon......
Change of SubjectOriginally published April 17; moved to the top of the blog because it's the subject of my Friday print column. I've been meaning to get to this extraordinary spat on "Chicago Tonight" earlier this month. WTTW-Ch. 11 invited Cook County......
I know why the caged bird shoots. Because some creep is at the door, turning the knob. And she's alone and rightfully afraid. But she has a gun in her hand. And thanks to the Second Amendment that many on the political left would like to erase and...
The Road Warrior w/Dan HartzellLast week's blog item on the degree to which litter blights our streets and highways (not to mention park land and just about every kind of outdoor space imaginable), and my call for suggestions on how we might convince fellow warriors to refrain from...
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Scopin' The SoapsBOLD AND BEAUTIFUL: When Maya, a woman from Dayzee's past, confronted her about what she had left behind, Dayzee tried to hide her worries from Marcus. After walking in on Hope and Liam's private evening, Taylor warned Brooke that she won't allow Steffy...
Tags: Flu, Hearing Impairment
Change of SubjectFrom our gallery of political cartoons, published in yesterday's paper: The, um, tint of President Obama here reminds me of this controversy: Story in the Tribune, June 28, 1994 TIME APOLOGIZES FOR ILLUSTRATION (AP) Time magazine apologized to readers...
Scopin' The SoapsBOLD AND BEAUTIFUL: Furious that Caroline betrayed his trust and exposed his manipulative behavior, Bill became the prime suspect when an accident landed Caroline in the hospital. Alison brought "assistance" to get Bill through a rough day, while the...
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