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Two years ago in December, Visa, MasterCard and PayPal cut off all financial services to WikiLeaks. This left the controversial website blocked off from accepting online donations — a state of affairs that did not sit well with members of the...
Tags: PBS (tv network), Bing Crosby, Frontline Limited, Trials, Movies
Chicago jazz listeners have a great deal to be thankful for this Thanksgiving weekend: Muriel Anderson: Three years ago, the mighty Chicago jazz guitarist John Moulder enriched one of his many engagements at the Green Mill Jazz Club by sharing the stage...
There is no shortage of stories, speeches, quotes and advice about the value of following one's dreams. In his 2005 commencement speech to Stanford University, the late Steve Jobs, CEO of Apple, said, "...Most important, have the courage to follow your...
Tribune reportersThe Chicago elections website was non-functioning most of the day today, adding to the confusion among voters who didn't realize their polling sites had changed. The Chicago Board of Elections website, which voters could use to check where to vote,...
Tags: Judges, Local Elections, Elections, Employees, Retirement
Tribune reporterChicago elections officials apologized to the hundreds of frustrated Chicago voters who were turned away from their neighborhood polling places today amid confusion and sometimes angry exchanges. By 5 p.m. today, the elections board had fielded more than...
Tags: Judges, Local Elections, Elections, Regional Elections, Politics
For many years, one of the highlights of each season at the Jazz Showcase has been the residency of the DePaul Jazz Ensemble with a star soloist under the direction of Bob Lark. On Thursday evening, the Jazz Showcase extended the practice by featuring an...
Tags: Students, Entertainment, Plymouth, Music Industry, Education
Drummer Jack DeJohnette is having a very good year. In January, he received a National Endowment for the Arts Jazz Masters Award, widely considered the country's highest jazz honor. Subsequent accolades from the Copenhagen Jazz Festival in February and...
Special to Tribune NewspapersThe Chicago Public Library and the Chicago Public Library Foundation hosted the 13th annual Carl Sandburg Literary Awards dinner at the UIC Forum on Oct. 17. Emcee Bill Kurtis introduced more than 65 noted authors, all with ties to Chicago, to the crowd...
Tags: Radio, Carl Sandburg, Entertainment, Libraries, NPR
Special to Tribune NewspapersFor the 48th Chicago International Film Festival's opening night Oct. 11, attendees were treated to a star-filled red carpet at the Harris Theater that included Al Pacino, Christopher Walken, Alan Arkin and Jon Bon Jovi. Academy Award-winning producer Tom...
Only one writer received a standing ovation at the Carl Sandburg Literary Awards in Chicago on Wednesday night. It wasn't the marquee award-winners who brought the well-heeled crowd to its feet in the giant room at the UIC Forum. It wasn't Walter...
Tribune NewspapersWhen author Nami Mun was 13, she ran away from her family's Bronx apartment. She survived by holding down odd jobs and living wherever she could — on benches, in shelters or squatting in abandoned buildings. In her early 20s, she found steady...
"Dean Richards' Sunday Morning" covers Chicago's entertainment and lifestyle scene including movies, theater, food, and dining, Sundays from 6:30-11 a.m. CT on WGN Radio 720. Dean's movie reviews are also heard Thursday afternoons at 5 p.m. on "The...
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